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The Teachers of the Church: Clement of Alexandria (Part 1)

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The History of Christianity #47

Our Scripture verse today is Romans 10:17 which reads: “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” 484 more words

Christian History

Euripides, fr. 910: A Lost Ode on the Virtue of an Inquiring Mind

“Happy is he who has learned from inquiry

Not because he searches for pain for his countrymen

Nor some other unjust deeds

But because he seeks out the ageless order… 63 more words

Greek

Project Fame 7.0: Michael Bolton Tweets at Clement and the Project Fame Showpost by O.Joel

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Project Fame 7.0: Michael Bolton Tweets at Clement and the Project Fame Show
It was a night of excitement and surprises for the judges, faculty, contestants, in-house audience and viewers during Sunday night show.  75 more words

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Clement's Praise of Love

“By love have all the elect of God been made perfect; without love nothing is well-pleasing to God.  In love has the Lord taken us to himself.   39 more words

Imitating These Examples, Let Us Seek After Peace.

Thus the humility and godly submission of so great and illustrious men [1] have rendered not only us, but also all the generations before us, better; even as many as have received His oracles in fear and truth.

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Church Fathers

The Teachers of the Church (Part 1)

https://www.buzzsprout.com/19288/196730-the-teachers-of-the-church-part-1.mp3

The History of Christianity #44

Our Scripture verse today is Matthew 28:20 which reads: “Teaching them to observe all things whatsoever I have commanded you: and, lo, I am with you always, even unto the end of the world. 448 more words

Christian History

Ancient Christian Commentary on Leviticus 11

The references in the Ancient Christian Commentary appear to be more along the lines of application than explication. Yet, the ancient church expositors are consistently allegorical or metaphorical in their interpretations of the food laws. 134 more words

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