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Early Discovery | Growing In The Community Of Believers By Rick Curtis
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In this, the second of four works, B. R. Curtis explores eight essential growth areas every Christian must master. The first four improve our relationship with God: Prayer, Praise, Meditation and... More > Fasting. The second four improve our knowledge of God: Trusting, Reading, Studying and Memorizing God’s Word. The author strongly asserts that these growth areas are not optional in the life of a Christian who desires to please God. If you desire challenge, and are looking for someone to confront your inadequacies with a loving, pastoral spirit, then Early Discovery awaits.< Less
Authentic Christianity By Michael Calpino
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This work explores the history of the early church and its implications for those who seek to recapture the true nature of the early church. It details the development of the false religion of... More > Babylon and how it has infiltrated the church. It seeks to lay out the relationship between faith and works, law and grace, the definition of sanctification and what a community of believers should look like today.< Less
Authentic Christianity By Mikha'el
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This work explores the history of the early church and its implications for those who seek to recapture the true nature of the early church. It details the development of the false religion of... More > Babylon and how it has infiltrated the church. It seeks to lay out the relationship between faith and works, law and grace, the definition of sanctification and what a community of believers should look like today.< Less
On Christian Doctrine By Saint Augustine
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Saint Augustine was a Latin philosopher and theologian from the Africa Province of the Roman Empire and is generally considered as one of the greatest Christian thinkers of all times. His writings... More > were very influential in the development of Western Christianity. According to his contemporary Jerome, Augustine "established anew the ancient Faith." In his early years he was heavily influenced by Manichaeism and afterward by the Neo-Platonism of Plotinus. After his conversion to Christianity and his baptism in 387, Augustine developed his own approach to philosophy and theology, accommodating a variety of methods and different perspectives. He believed that the grace of Christ was indispensable to human freedom, and he framed the concepts of original sin. Augustine developed the concept of the Catholic Church as a spiritual City of God, distinct from the material Earthly City. Augustine's City of God was closely identified with the Church, the community that worshiped the Trinity.< Less
The Problem of Blasphemy: The Fourth Gospel and Early Jewish Understandings By Jerry D. Truex
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This doctoral thesis provides evidence that during the later part of the first century, certain Jewish Christians, who produced and propagated the Fourth Gospel, were perceived to be blasphemous and... More > therefore "cut off" (kārēt) from the synagogue as reflected in John 9:22, 12:42, and 16:2. This study reviews recent research on blasphemy, offers analysis based on hundreds of ancient Jewish texts, and examines seven Jewish traditions pertaining to blasphemy, including cursing God, naming The Name, and sinning with a high hand. A composite portrait of blasphemy is sketched and compared with the theological claims of the Fourth Gospel. Three theological claims of the Fourth Gospel stand out as potentially blasphemous: Jesus is equal with God, Jesus and the Johannine Community constitute the New Temple, and Judean religious leaders are not of God. The perception of blasphemy and the inability to tolerate it explains why some Jewish Christians could not remain in the synagogue.< Less
The Problem of Blasphemy: The Fourth Gospel and Early Jewish Understandings By Jerry D. Truex
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This doctoral thesis provides evidence that during the later part of the first century, certain Jewish Christians, who produced and propagated the Fourth Gospel, were perceived to be blasphemous and... More > therefore "cut off" (kārēt) from the synagogue as reflected in John 9:22, 12:42, and 16:2. This study reviews recent research on blasphemy, offers analysis based on hundreds of ancient Jewish texts, and examines seven Jewish traditions pertaining to blasphemy, including cursing God, naming The Name, and sinning with a high hand. A composite portrait of blasphemy is sketched and compared with the theological claims of the Fourth Gospel. Three theological claims of the Fourth Gospel stand out as potentially blasphemous: Jesus is equal with God, Jesus and the Johannine Community constitute the New Temple, and Judean religious leaders are not of God. The perception of blasphemy and the inability to tolerate it explains why some Jewish Christians could not remain in the synagogue.< Less
What Happened?: How Biblical Judaism Became Christianity By Michael Calpino
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When Yahushua (Jesus) arrived on the scene in the early first century and began preaching, he did so as a Jew in a Jewish context. His talmidim (disciples) we all Jews who practiced Judaism as it... More > was understood in the second temple period. So how did what was simply another sect of Judaism become Christianity? What were the historical and theological changes that resulted in an anti-Semetic religion claiming a Jewish Messiah? This work, drawing on a variety of historical sources, traces the history of the Natzrim (the followers of the Nazarene) from "Pentecost" to Constantine. It explains the historical reasons for the abandonment of Judaism and the theological justifications developed to support it. In addition, it explains the role of Jew and Gentile in the early community and what they could or should be. The consequences of these changes were, and are, catastrophic for both Jew and Gentile. By understanding them, we can rebuild what Yahushua intended for his people.< Less
Light in the Dark Places: or, Memorial of Christian Life in the Middle Ages. By Augustus Neander
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Augustus Neander began his religious studies in speculative theory, but his changing interests led him to the study of church history. In his book, Light in the Dark Places, Neander's talent as a... More > writer and a historian is tremendously evident; collected within this volume is an abundance of remarkable information about church history. Neander shares information about the lives of Christian individuals and communities during times of darkness and of triumph. Neander also reveals unknown facts about early missionaries and martyrs of the church. This historical analysis will provide today's Christians with insight into the church's elaborate past, so that they may learn from previous mistakes and embrace habits of righteousness. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Husbands Scorned; Fathers Ignored By Henry Imler
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The Acts of Thomas was originally, a third-century Syrian remembrance of the Apostle Thomas' ministry and eventual martyrdom at the hands of the King of India. It has since been translated and... More > reworked (or whitewashed, depending upon whom you are asking) many times to speak to many iterations of Christianity. In Husbands Scorned; Fathers Ignored, Imler seeks to recover the original community and to map it's social world, which straddled the powerful Roman and Persian Empires. He sees a a tolerated community, that is, until they meddled in the bedsheets of the powerful...< Less
Husbands Scorned; Fathers Ignored By Henry Imler
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The Acts of Thomas was originally, a third-century Syrian remembrance of the Apostle Thomas' ministry and eventual martyrdom at the hands of the King of India. It has since been translated and... More > reworked (or whitewashed, depending upon whom you are asking) many times to speak to many iterations of Christianity. In Husbands Scorned; Fathers Ignored, Imler seeks to recover the original community and to map it's social world, which straddled the powerful Roman and Persian Empires. He sees a a tolerated community, that is, until they meddled in the bedsheets of the powerful...< Less

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