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The Great Heresies - Host:Fr. Charles Connor (audio)

The Great Heresies
Host – Fr. Charles Connor
In the series, The Great Heresies, Fr. Charles Connor of the Diocese of Scranton, Pennsylvania examines how the Catholic Church has handled issues of heresy throughout its history, thereby providing a clarified understanding of the deposit of faith. 688 more words

11 The Constant Church

The Arian Controversy and the Council of Nicea, Part 3 (The History of Christianity #113)

Our History of Christianity Scripture passage today is John 1:14 which reads: “And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.” 501 more words

The New Testament Problem of John's Writings

Christian thought–what was once known as theology–has evolved over the centuries. Ever since the State takeover of the Council of Nicea (325 A.D.), Christian thought has incrementally removed itself from the original teachings of Jesus Christ. 618 more words


What the Creeds forgot to say

First Council of Nicea (325)

First Council of Constantinople (381)

Because the main Creeds are such a mouthful anyway, I guess when I first parroted the words in Church I was totally oblivious to their most serious defect.  464 more words


The Nicene Creed

Today I learned from one of my fellow pilgrims (https://wordpress.com/read/feeds/25404729/posts/998593306) that the Word of God (the Bible) has made the top 10 list of banned books in America. 297 more words

Following Christ

To Read this Week: Divinity of Jesus, Religious Freedom, and Religious Persecution

Was the Divinity of Jesus a Late Invention of the Council of Nicea? by Michael J. Kruger

It is commonly asserted that the deity of Jesus was an invention by the later Christians at the Council of Nicea.  668 more words


St. Nicholas the Defender

Tradition tells us that Santa Claus is named after St. Nicholas, Bishop of Myra in Asia Minor, now modern Turkey. He lived 270-343 AD.

Son of wealthy parents, Nicholas had a reputation for secret gift-giving, such as putting coins in the shoes of those who left them out for him. 208 more words

The Art Of Narrative