Archaeology

Fourth Century Church found in Iraq?

Erica Hunter, a professor of early Christianity at London’s School of Oriental and African Studies, says historical evidence shows that

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Oh God, Give Us a King That He Would Give Us Peace

“When you enter the land which the LORD your God gives you, and you possess it and live in it,

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Donatism: Council of Arles

The first Council of Arles in the South of France was held a.d. 314, in consequence of an appeal of

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My Arguments against the ‘Good Constantine’

Image via Wikipedia So, yesterday evening, during class, the professor (whim I enjoy) asked whether or not the ‘conversion’ of

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The Sayings of Antony the Great

When Christianity started to become too settled, Antony left and headed into the desert. Then came persecutions. Later, much later,

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Constantine’s Summons to Nicaea

Fortunately, such things are preserved for us, as for a while now, I’ve heard that the original call for the

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Scratch Pad One: Effects of Constantine

Image via Wikipedia I have to submit a paper tomorrow for a class on Church history. The topics are two

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Arius’s Thalia

Our assignment this week for the Church History Intro class is on Constantine, essentially. Of course, again, one my academic