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Eph. 3:1–12; Matthew 2:1–12

The annual celebration of the birth of our Savior is over. With Epiphany (which actually was celebrated on Friday, January 6) the Christmas season officially ends, its Twelve Days having expired whether you received your eleven pipers piping or not. 1,398 more words


Episode 4: John Chrysostom


St. John Chrysostom’s unmatched skill in public speaking led him to become one of the most famous preachers in his own day and in ours. 262 more words


John Calvin’s Goals as an Expositor of Scripture

For God there is nothing higher than preaching the gospel, because it is the means to lead people to salvation.[1]

            In his ministry John Calvin was in full agreement with Martin Luther’s saying that “the ears alone are the organ of a Christian”. 1,529 more words


Chapter 2 Summary_The Patristic Era_Part 6_GREEK APOLOGISTS OF THE FOURTH AND FIFTH CENTURIES [pp.51-59]

The founder of Neoplatonism, Plotinus (AD 205-270) and his disciple Porphyry (AD 234-301) were in part inspired by the example of Christian theologians, erected a systematic theology for pagans that was intellectually respectable.  629 more words



St. Thomas Aquinas:
In order to obtain grace in giving, one must first be acceptable to God for if one is not pleasing to God, neither will one’s gifts be acceptable. 309 more words

07 Observation

Chrysostom sightings

The name Chrysostom crops up in some unusual places.

Here are a few. Please report any further sightings :).

What was Mozart’s full name? Johann Chrysostom Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart… 234 more words


Lesson One: A Peacemaking Culture


Feel free to download and use the lesson. If there are any ghastly errors, please tell me below so that I can correct them.