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“Ciceronianus es non Christianus”
In A.D. 375, around the middle of the Lenten season, Jerome had a dream.
The translator of Scripture into Latin had been baptized a Christian at age 19, but like many of his era, Jerome still loved to read “the judicious precepts of Quintilian, the rich and fluent eloquence of Cicero, the graver style of Fronto, and the smoothness of Pliny.” 544 more words
Jim Belcher, In Search of Deep Faith: A Pligrimage into the Beauty, Goodnes, and Heart of Christianity, IVP, 2013, 318pp.
I read Deep Church when I started doing vocational ministry and it absolutely shaped my approach to ministry so I began to read this book with very high expectations. 831 more words
The Following text is an Excerpt from the Epistle to Diognetus. It is a very mysterious letter, neither it’s authorship or date of authorship are known. 448 more words