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It took me quite a while to read this book it very detailed and quite dense. Although he shows more skepticism than some might expect, he ultimately spends a lot of time giving extensive accounts of the deaths of various individual martyrs when accounts of theology or even politics would probably be more highly valued by the modern day scholar. Quotes 4 8 Sep 24, Although Eusebius is not a perfect source, he is frequently the only source for many ancient documents otherwise lost to history.

Want to see apostolic succession of the thrones of the five different sees of early Christendom? Eusebius then switches focus and briefly describes the Armenian war and its great cost.

If accurate, these passages are truly horrifying. I recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about the early Christian Church. Some of the episodes within that fascinating period of our Christian heritage are told here in this book.

História Eclesiástica Eusébio De Cesaréia

It is a very interesting chronicle euusebio early Christians. 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.

At the time The Church History was written, AD, the canon of Sacred Scripture, was still not fully formed, that is, no one in the East or the West or anywhere in all of Christendom had a Bible as we know it today! 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.

Each of these subjects is treated with care and attention to detail. Eusebius relies heavily on Josephus as before, as well as on Philo and Hegesippus. Much of the text is given over to accounts of the suffering of the early Christians who were martyred at the hands of the Romans.


AD was a scholar who lived most of his life in Caesarea in Palestine. This, too, the presbyter used to say. This particular edition is chock-full of supplementary photos, maps, tables and commentary.

Despite very brief treatments of a few historical questions as well as a few short accounts of some of the beliefs of Marcionites, the topic never strays too far from those who died in various unpleasant ways for God. Neither did he strive for thoroughness. This is not meant to be a critique of the Roman church today, merely an observation. The sadistic cruelty that many of our forebears in the Faith endured throughout these early years during the periods of persecution, which, contrary to common misconception, were for the most part localized and intense but relatively brief, are quite unimaginable from the vantage point of the average American Christian A really insightful and inspiring look into the life of the church – its teachings, practices, leadership, struggles, sufferings, and triumphs – during its first three centuries.

There is never a better time than now to learn from our past mistakes. A great book for anyone wanting to learn more about the early Church. Book Three – Eusebius begins by discussing the historicity of the Epistles concluding that Hebrews and 2 Peter are likely not authentic.

Eusebius’s account is the only surviving historical record of the Church during its crucial first years.

At the end of the chapter, Eusebius discusses Papias of Cesadeia in a somewhat critical manner he at one point refers to him as a man of very small intelligence. Even though Eusebius was a biased historian and kissed Constantine’s ass far too much, the vast array of sources he draws upon and his accesible presentation are priceless.

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Aug 12, Laura added it. Also, the chronicles of the martyrs and the countless sufferings of early Christians is astounding. Quotes euwebio The History of th This is all that it is necessary to add to the passages I have quoted. I liked the parts about deciding the scriptural canon, Origen, ceswreia the edicts of Euswbio. Eusebius writes about the beginnings of the Church in a very thorough way, though his thoughts jump occasionally, making him repetitive, specially when talking about heresies.

He wanted to inspire, to give hope. It proceeds chronologically and systematically, documenting the growth of the Church as it spread from Jerusalem throughout the whole of the Roman Empire and beyond. Eusebius also records so much of history that would otherwise be lost to the sands of time.


The History of the Church: From Christ to Constantine by Eusebius

Of course, having received this book for Christmas eussebio this decision somewhat. A really insightful and inspiring look into the life of the church – its teachings, practices, leadership, struggles, sufferings, and triumphs – during its first three centuries. Most of the chapter is like that. All the Church fathers had written polemics, defended the Christian claims during their Era.

Who made the barbarous, uncivilized customs of uncivilized races give place to his own civilized and most humane laws?

However, Eusebius’s History is supposedly the best record of the period immediately following the time of the Gospels and even describes how dd Gospels were assembled, or so Pitre claims–I haven’t read it yet.

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Matthew published a written gospel for the Hebrews in their own tongue, while Peter and Paul were preaching the gospel in Rome and founding the church there. Cesaeria has the occasional dry passage, but his perspective as a Christian writing about Christians in first three centuries of the Roman Empire more than make up for this. At times I thought Eusebius gloried in the gruesome in recounting his stories of the deaths of the martyrs.

The pictures every few pages! Although I have studied Church history before, I still got euebio.

In tracing the history of the Church from the time of Christ to the Great Per Eusebius’s account is the only surviving historical record of the Church during its crucial first years. Book Nine – Another Max, Maxentius flip flops between being at one moment acceptable and the next very evil.

Ultimately however, this book cesarea mostly of accounts of martyrdom. There is so much to be learned from his writing. It serves as an example for enduring suffering, and a spur to goad us to action to fight persecution when it appears today.

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