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Premillennialism in Church History, Part II

Continuing from Part I in this series, now for a brief look at the early medieval period, when the martyr doctrine was itself martyred. As well established from the available writings of the early church, the true church pre-Constantine (those who were of the Christian faith and not heretics) affirmed chiliasm. 745 more words


Don’t Fight at the Supper table

Dad and mom are busy people. They have many things to do and to worry about. They have to put food on the table and keep the roof overhead. 831 more words


Recommended Reading: July 19-25

Below are this week’s recommended blog posts from across the internet. If you think there’s a blog I need to be reading, please let me know in the comments section. 175 more words


The Deposit of the Faith (Part 3)


The History of Christianity #38

Our Scripture verse today is Colossians 2:3 which reads: “In whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” 830 more words


#tbt 4 - The Mighty Preparation

Another week of Throwback Thursday (#tbt) has come around, and this time I'd like to take a step back and look at a big picture. Before we get ahead of ourselves cracking on with the story of the church eras, I want to let you know about something pretty cool I'm learning about. 668 more words

St. Panteleimon, 2Timothy2:1-20 and Matthew 9:27-35

     Biblical scholars believe that St. Paul’s Second Letter to Timothy was written by Paul while he was in prison in Rome facing martyrdom under Emperor Nero around 67 AD.   428 more words