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In the Beginning Was the Logos By Paul Pavao
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Paul Pavao spins a gripping tale of the intrigue, violence, and political maneuvering that surrounded the most important theological controversy in the history of Christianity. The story of the... More > Council of Nicea and the Arian Controversy is riveting, and here it is told in glorious detail. As a bonus, _In the Beginning Was the Logos_ includes a thorough survey of the controversy from the writings of Christians *before* the council. Appendices include most of the important source documents rendered in modern English.< Less
In the Beginning Was the Logos By Paul Pavao
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Paul Pavao spins a gripping tale of the intrigue, violence, and political maneuvering that surrounded the most important theological controversy in the history of Christianity. The story of the... More > Council of Nicea and the Arian Controversy is riveting, and here it is told in glorious detail. As a bonus, _In the Beginning Was the Logos_ includes a thorough survey of the controversy from the writings of Christians *before* the council. Appendices include most of the important source documents rendered in modern English.< Less
Heroes & Heretics in the Early Church By Randy Colver
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Church history and theology are inseparably linked. In fact, Church history reveals that men and women placed their lives in jeopardy many times to preserve good theology. Five times the truth... More > robbers banished Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, for his defense of the doctrine of the Trinity and many of the bishops at the Council of Nicea bore the marks of persecution for their faith. Sadly, the average Christian knows little theology and even less Church history. But the struggle to preserve truth hasn't ended with the Church fathers. Similar heresies abound today. Christians must not take for granted the solid ground of truth on which they stand, for the responsibility for passing on good theology lies equally with each generation. It remains, therefore, imperative that Christians study the writings of the Church Fathers""lest they forget truth and the robbers steal from them what the martyrs paid for with their blood.< Less
Heroes & Heretics in the Early Church By Randy Colver
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Church history and theology are inseparably linked. In fact, Church history reveals that men and women placed their lives in jeopardy many times to preserve good theology. Five times the truth... More > robbers banished Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, for his defense of the doctrine of the Trinity and many of the bishops at the Council of Nicea bore the marks of persecution for their faith. Sadly, the average Christian knows little theology and even less Church history. But the struggle to preserve truth hasn’t ended with the Church fathers. Similar heresies abound today. Christians must not take for granted the solid ground of truth on which they stand, for the responsibility for passing on good theology lies equally with each generation. It remains, therefore, imperative that Christians study the writings of the Church Fathers—lest they forget truth and the robbers steal from them what the martyrs paid for with their blood.< Less
Heroes & Heretics in the Early Church By Randy Colver
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Church history and theology are inseparably linked. In fact, Church history reveals that men and women placed their lives in jeopardy many times to preserve good theology. Five times the truth... More > robbers banished Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, for his defense of the doctrine of the Trinity and many of the bishops at the Council of Nicea bore the marks of persecution for their faith. Sadly, the average Christian knows little theology and even less Church history. But the struggle to preserve truth hasn’t ended with the Church fathers. Similar heresies abound today. Christians must not take for granted the solid ground of truth on which they stand, for the responsibility for passing on good theology lies equally with each generation. It remains, therefore, imperative that Christians study the writings of the Church Fathers—lest they forget truth and the robbers steal from them what the martyrs paid for with their blood.< Less
The Life And Essential Writings Of Ephraim The Syrian By Ephraim the Syrian
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For the First time in well 100 years, this effort has been pains takingly re-edited for the modern English reader. Saint Ephrem the Syrian was born sometime around the year 306 in Nibisis, a Syrian... More > town located in modern-day Turkey. Fleeing westward from the Persians, who were ravaging Turkey, Ephrem settled in Edessa, in southern Turkey, in 363. There, he continued to write hymns, especially defending the teaching of the Council of Nicea against the Arian heretics, who were influential in Edessa. He died tending plague victims in 373.< Less
Jesus Christ, The Last of the Sun Gods By Archangela Antonioni Corelli
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Jesus was the Solar Deity of the Gnostic Christian sect, and like all other Pagan gods, he was a mythical figure. It was the political establishment that sought to historize the Jesus figure for... More > social control. By 325 a.d. in Rome, emperor Constantine convened the Council of Nicea. It was during this meeting that the politically motivated Christian Doctrines were established and thus began a long history of Christian bloodshed and spiritual fraud. And for the next 1600 years, the Vatican maintained a political stranglehold on all of Europe, leading to such joyous periods as the Dark Ages, along with enlightening events such as the Crusades, and the Inquisition...< Less
The Forgotten Books of Eden By Rutherford H. Platt
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This Illustrated edition of these Ancient Texts gives an account to the books of 20 of the original books banned from the Bible during the Counsil of Nicea in 325 AD. The missing books gives the... More > reader the detailed account of Biblical times as well as provide an invaluable glimpse into early Christianity. Contents: The First Book of Adam and Eve The Second Book of Adam and Eve The Book of the Secrets of Enoch The Psalms of Solomon The Odes of Solomon The Letter of Aristeas Fourth Book of Maccabees The Story of Ahikar The Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs Testament of Reuben Testament of Simeon Testament of Levi The Testament of Judah The Testament of Issachar The Testament of Zebulun The Testament of Dan The Testament of Naphtali The Testament Of Gad The Testament of Asher The Testament of Joseph The Testament of Benjamin< Less
The Life and Essential Writings of Ephraim the Syrian By Ephraim the Syrian
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For the First time in well 100 years, this effort has been pains takingly re-edited for the modern English reader. Saint Ephrem the Syrian was born sometime around the year 306 in Nibisis, a Syrian... More > town located in modern-day Turkey. Fleeing westward from the Persians, who were ravaging Turkey, Ephrem settled in Edessa, in southern Turkey, in 363. There, he continued to write hymns, especially defending the teaching of the Council of Nicea against the Arian heretics, who were influential in Edessa. He died tending plague victims in 373.< Less
Jesus Christ, The Last of the Sun Gods By Archangela Antonioni Corelli
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Jesus was the Solar Deity of the Gnostic Christian sect, and like all other Pagan gods, he was a mythical figure. It was the political establishment that sought to historize the Jesus figure for... More > social control. By 325 a.d. in Rome, emperor Constantine convened the Council of Nicea. It was during this meeting that the politically motivated Christian Doctrines were established and thus began a long history of Christian bloodshed and spiritual fraud. And for the next 1600 years, the Vatican maintained a political stranglehold on all of Europe, leading to such joyous periods as the Dark Ages, along with enlightening events such as the Crusades, and the Inquisition...< Less

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