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Eusebius is a scholar, I learnt a lot of new things from this book.
The true faith eusfbio not centered on Rome and there was no pope. Next, he quotes extensively from Josephus to document the history of the Siege of Jerusalem. He was a bishop, author of many writings, imprisoned, tortured, and suffered through several Roman persecutions, eusrbio friends martyred including his beloved mentor.
And then of course there are all sorts of random details to puzzle and delight, such as the statue of Jesus Eusebius himself had seen erected in thanks by the woman cured of the issue of blood.
History can be dry, but it can also teach us invaluable lessons, encourage us on the correct beliefs and actions, warn us of the wrong directions, and demonstrate the outcomes of some of our misguided actions. Indeed, we were conscious of a wonderful fragrance, like a breath of frankincense or some other costly spice. Maier’s translation is a lot more fluid than others. Overall a wonderful addition to any library, and should be required reading for any who wish to opine on the “early church”.
Neither did he strive for thoroughness. Matthew compiled the Sayings in the Aramaic language, and everyone translated them as well as he could. For he had one purpose only — to leave out nothing that he had heard, and to make no misstatement about it.
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Well of course they were. Persecution of Christians in the Roman Empire 9 14 Sep 24, Though Eusebius was an Arian sympathizer, this tome is crucial to our understanding of the early church because it is the only extant church history we have from this era.
I am encouraged by the Early Church fathers especially Origen. Oct 02, Tony rated it liked it Shelves: I was so grateful.
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He also laments that it happened – as the Armenians were and still are a Christian people. If you’re interested in the text, they might be worth a look – and if you’re planning to read it in the future, they point you in the direction of some of the more interesting things to look out for. For my latest history fix, I decided to go way back to the first years after Christ. The quotations in Eusebius’s xesareia are the largest passages still extant.
Even though Eusebius was a biased historian and kissed Constantine’s ass far too much, the vast array of sources eusebbio draws upon and his accesible presentation are priceless.
The author of the introduction seems to fault Eusebius for not writing a different book, but I find a lot to like in what he did write. Today we like to hope our historians are completely objective, that they treat objective truth objectively.
There is just so much more I could say about this history but let me limit myself to three more points. Jun 10, David Withun rated it really liked it Shelves: Book Nine – Another Max, Maxentius flip flops between being at one moment acceptable and the next very evil.
Eusebius of Caesarea c. Book Eight – Here begins the events which occurred during Eusebius’s life time.
The History of the Church: From Christ to Constantine
In this book, he picks it up emm. Be the first to ask a question about The History of the Church. In fact, many ancient documents have been preserved in whole or in part thanks to the citations by Eusebius of Caesarea. It is a very interesting chronicle of early Christians. Jan 05, Peter B.
These are classed as Recognized Books. This particular edition is chock-full of supplementary photos, maps, tables and commentary. Which of the kings wields such power, leads his armies after death, sets up trophies over his enemies, and fills every place, district, and city, Greek or non-Greek, with votive offerings — his own royal houses and sacred temples, like this cathedral with its exquisite ornaments and offerings?
Quotes 4 8 Sep 24, I thought I had read some awful atrocities today, but there is nothing new under the sun. This is a very helpful source on early church history, being the first major church history book written A. The gruesome details of persecution and martyrdom were hard to read. These questions led to accumulating, reviewing and determining the credibility and validity of the many varied writings.
Christianityand that figures such as Abraham were Christians in practice and essential belief, albeit without Jesus Christ. If accurate, these passages are truly horrifying. Sometimes the commentary provides some evaluation of Eusebius’s history and the state of scholarly discussion.
Aug 12, Laura added it. Paul Maier’s commentary is invariable informative and helpful.