Philosophy

Tertullian – Pagan Philosophy the Parent of Heresies

Prescription Against Heretics VII — These are “the doctrines” of men and “of demons” produced for itching ears of the

Irenaeus

St. Irenaeus on Montanism

There is a notion that Praxeas, Tertullian’s enemy, was actually a pseudonym for St. Irenaeus. It is an interesting thought

Doctrine

Fragments of a letter from Alexander of Alexandria to Sylvester of Rome

We are continuing our look at the Arian documents of the Fourth Century. For those of just joining us, this

Doctrine

Letter of Alexander of Alexandria Sent to Melitius and All Bishops

As the debate intensified across the Empire, Alexander began to appeal to more for help in stemming the tide of

Doctrine

Letter from Alexander of Alexandria to his Clergy

The Fourth Century is the most interesting time in the development of Christian doctrines. For me, we can find heroes

Doctrine

Letter of Alexander of Alexandria to all Bishops

For all of those just joining us, I am, for myself, reading through the Arian documents of the 4th century

Doctrine

Letter of Eusebius of Nicomedia to Paulinus of Tyre

For those of you just joining us, I have discovered Fourth Century Christianity. It has more twists and turns, heros,

Fourth Century

Fragment of a letter of Eusebius of Nicomedia to Arius

The greatest website on the Internet went down, fourthcentury.com. Because of this, I will post what I can find, as