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Who are we? By Apostle Horn
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Who are we?? We are a non-profit Christian organization that want to spread the Word of God through the written word (books, backgrounds and especially by our new Bible series!) We want to bring this... More > knowledge to the faithful people through various media such as the Internet.< Less
A word of God By Apostle Horn
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Renewed version! This is a study book for every Christian and specially for Priests, pastors etc...
On the Theophania By Apostle Horn
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Eusebius of Caesarea (ad 260/265–339/340), also known as Eusebius Pamphili, was a Greek historian of Christianity, exegete, and Christian polemicist. He became the bishop of Caesarea Maritima... More > about 314 AD. Together with Pamphilus, he was a scholar of the Biblical canon and is regarded as an extremely well learned Christian of his time. He wrote 'Demonstrations of the Gospel,' 'Preparations for the Gospel,' and 'On Discrepancies' between the Gospels, studies of the Biblical text. As "Father of Church History" he produced the 'Ecclesiastical History,' 'On the Life of Pamphilus,' the 'Chronicle' and 'On the Martyrs.'< Less
Hippolytus By Apostle Horn
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Hippolytus: (170 – 235 AD) Hippolytus of Rome was the most important third-century theologian in the developing orthodox church in Rome, where he was probably born; nonetheless, his works were... More > composed in Greek. He is described as a disciple of Irenæus. He came into conflict with the popes of his time and seems to have headed a schismatic group as a rival bishop of Rome. All but Book One of “Refutations of all Heresies” (also occasionally sited by the Greek title “Elenchos”) were lost to the West until 1842, when Books 4 through 10 were discovered in the monastery at Mt. Athos in Greece. (The second and third books remain lost.)< Less
Holy Bible By Apostle Horn
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This version of the KJV Bible contains corrections of misspels and Apocryphal writings like the Psalms 151-160 and addictions to the Book of Esther (from chapter 10) @postle Horn.
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Holy Bible By Apostle Horn
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This version of the KJV Bible contains corrections of misspels and Apocryphal writings like the Psalms 151-160 and addictions to the Book of Esther (from chapter 10)
Hippolytus of Rome By Apostle Horn
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Hippolytus of Rome was the most important third-century theologian in the developing orthodox church in Rome, where he was probably born; nonetheless, his works were composed in Greek. He is... More > described as a disciple of Irenaeus. He came into conflict with the popes of his time and seems to have headed a schismatic group as a rival bishop of Rome.< Less
Plutarch “On the Cessation of Oracles” By Apostle Horn
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Plutarch was born in 46 C.E. in Chaeronea, in Boeotia, Greece, and died about 119-127. He was one of the two priests of Apollo at the Oracle of Delphi. His skills as a writer and speaker brought him... More > fame in the first century Roman Empire. Often cited in other books at this site, of interest are the extensive passages where he discusses puzzling points about ancient Paganism. In spite of his priestly background, Plutarch was a bit of a free thinker, and loved to speculate multiple explanations for natural and cultural phenomena. As such, he is one of the predecessors of modern social science.< Less
Plutarch “The Roman and Greek Questions” By Apostle Horn
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Plutarch was born in 46 C.E. in Chaeronea, in Boeotia, Greece, and died about 119-127. He was one of the two priests of Apollo at the Oracle of Delphi. His skills as a writer and speaker brought him... More > fame in the first century Roman Empire. Often cited in other books at this site, of interest are the extensive passages where he discusses puzzling points about ancient Paganism. In spite of his priestly background, Plutarch was a bit of a free thinker, and loved to speculate multiple explanations for natural and cultural phenomena. As such, he is one of the predecessors of modern social science.< Less

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