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Niceas By Katy Cano
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A lo que añadiré algo que he escrito en otras partes, que existe solo la buena y la mala poesía. Niceas, de Katy Cano, ocupa el primer nivel.(Eloy Jauregui)
Janus in Nicea By Christopher Burton
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This book explores some of the controversies and historical gaps that confront those seeking an historical Christ, before presenting a coherent and historically verifiable narrative that explains the... More > motivations and context for the creation of the Christian Church in the 4th century CE. Searching for an historical Christ has been a popular effort of several scholars over the last half-century, obscuring the common understanding prior to the 20th century that the Gospels were fiction. Many obstacles stand in the way of modern historical investigations: problems in archeology, Biblical analysis, theology and dogma, among others. These conflicts are easily resolved when the origin of Christianity is placed within the proper time and place. As a 4th century Roman artifact, the theology and dogma of the Church are products of their time, and the lack of 1st century material is no longer mysterious.< Less
What Happened At Nicea By James Huffman
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Every Christmas, many of the world's Christians think about St. Nicholas, who has come to us as Santa Claus. St. Nicholas lived in modern-day Turkey from 270 AD to 343. He had a great reputation for... More > kindness, and gave gifts to poor children. He was also a great contender for the faith, and he attended the council of Nicea, held in 325 AD. Our creed gets its name from this council, when Christians from all over the Roman world convened to deal with false teachings. Arius was a skilled speaker who taught erroneously about Christ and at the council, Arius defended his teaching in his usual eloquent fashion. Well, St. Nicholas was not happy with what Arius said and he grew so angry that he punched Arius. He was wrong to do that but it tells us how important our spiritual ancestors viewed correct teaching. Their passion for this teaching, their desire to know God better, gave us this creed. So your life can change -- in just 44 days< Less
Nicea in 3 Persons - Runyon By Randolph RUNYON
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Randy Runyon gives us 3 variations on the hymn "Holy, Holy, Holy" (with apologies to Widor on the final variation) Suitable for service and recital use (and it has the value of sounding a... More > LOT harder than it is!)< Less
Nicea in 3 Persons - Runyon By Randolph RUNYON
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Randy Runyon gives us 3 variations on the hymn "Holy, Holy, Holy" (with apologies to Widor on the final variation) Suitable for service and recital use (and it has the value of sounding a... More > LOT harder than it is!)< Less
The Councils of the Catholic Church: Nicea to Now By Frances Spilman
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When you think of the Councils of the Church, you probably imagine a group of Cardinals and Bishops quietly discussing obtuse theological doctrines which have no practical implications. Perhaps a... More > loud cough is heard once in a while but, on the whole, it is a staid affair. Actually, the Councils were anything but impractical or quiet. There were loud disagreements and accusations of heresy. The Council members cared deeply about the religious and social problems of their day, arguing for months, sometimes years, in order to find a solution. Each chapter of the book contains a discussion of why the Council was called and what happened at the Council, as well as Biblical references and prayers. You shall meet many saints (from Saint Francis to Saint Nick) as well as a few characters not so holy. Each Council has its own exciting story but each has a unifying theme in the Church’s unending mission to guide souls to God.< Less
The Councils of the Catholic Church: Nicea to Now By Frances Spilman
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When you think of the Councils of the Church, you probably imagine a group of Cardinals and Bishops quietly discussing obtuse theological doctrines which have no practical implications. Perhaps a... More > loud cough is heard once in a while but, on the whole, it is a staid affair. Actually, the Councils were anything but impractical or quiet. There were loud disagreements and accusations of heresy. The Council members cared deeply about the religious and social problems of their day, arguing for months, sometimes years, in order to find a solution. Each chapter of the book contains a discussion of why the Council was called and what happened at the Council, as well as Biblical references and prayers. You shall meet many saints (from Saint Francis to Saint Nick) as well as a few characters not so holy. Each Council has its own exciting story but each has a unifying theme in the Church’s unending mission to guide souls to God.< Less
Janus in Nicea: Origins of the Roman Imperial Christian Cult By Christopher Burton
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This book explores some of the controversies and historical gaps that confront those seeking an historical Christ, before presenting a coherent and historically verifiable narrative that explains the... More > motivations and context for the creation of the Christian Church in the 4th century CE. Searching for an historical Christ has been a popular effort of several scholars over the last half-century, obscuring the common understanding prior to the 20th century that the Gospels were fiction. Many obstacles stand in the way of modern historical investigations: problems in archeology, Biblical analysis, theology and dogma, among others. These conflicts are easily resolved when the origin of Christianity is placed within the proper time and place. As a 4th century Roman artifact, the theology and dogma of the Church are products of their time, and the lack of 1st century material is no longer mysterious.< Less
Janus in Nicea: Origins of the Roman Imperial Christian Cult By Christopher Burton
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This book explores some of the controversies and historical gaps that confront those seeking an historical Christ, before presenting a coherent and historically verifiable narrative that explains the... More > motivations and context for the creation of the Christian Church in the 4th century CE. Searching for an historical Christ has been a popular effort of several scholars over the last half-century, obscuring the common understanding prior to the 20th century that the Gospels were fiction. Many obstacles stand in the way of modern historical investigations: problems in archeology, Biblical analysis, theology and dogma, among others. These conflicts are easily resolved when the origin of Christianity is placed within the proper time and place. As a 4th century Roman artifact, the theology and dogma of the Church are products of their time, and the lack of 1st century material is no longer mysterious.< Less
Restoring the Biblical Christ: Is Jesus God? By Jason Kerrigan
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Restoring the Biblical Christ covers both history and the pertinent biblical texts, showing that the earliest Christians and the Bible present Jesus as a man, like others, who excelled due to God's... More > involvement in his life. By comparing the 1st century Jewish terminology found in the writings of Philo, it becomes evident that the New Testament writers would not have been understood by Jewish readers in the 1st century as they are by our 21st century minds. This book has been rewritten as of May 2019. Accurately defining the correlation of God and Jesus has been described in our modern day as "beyond the reason of man" and "unable to be explained." Such conclusions are not necessary, however, and when you finish this book you will see that the Biblical teaching concerning God and Jesus is actually very logical.< Less

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