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Early Christianity and the modern church

Robert Martin Pope

Early Christianity and the modern church

by Robert Martin Pope

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Published by Epworth Press ; published for the Fernley Lecture Trust in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity,
  • Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementby R. Martin Pope.
    SeriesThe Fernley lecture -- [54]
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBR165 P6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination256 p. --
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14243689M

      Re: The Modern Church vs. The Early Church: Dietolive said, "Thus, our modern denominations (and by extension we ourselves), been been disconnected from the testimony of the ancient practice and beliefs of the early Christians before A.D. ".   A team of archeologists have discovered a year-old church in Ethiopia which they believe sheds some light on the spread of the Christian faith. The stunning Roman-style basilica, which dates back to the fourth century A.D., was found in the ancient town of Beta Samati; an area once part of the Aksumite civilization.

    Given how many paintings and statues were inspired by Christianity, it can be hard for modern Christians to believe that art was once a serious point of contention among early Christians. Book VI, Chapter 7) The Christian Gnostic tradition is one of many branches of early Christianity labeled as heretical by the early Church fathers. The Gnostic influences and writings were cut out of official Church doctrines as heresy.

    The History of the Christian Church brings ecclesiastical history into a new era, for a new generation'. - Diarmaid 'A series such as this is hugely welcome. Its emphasis on the history of ideas, and on the global - not just European - experience of Christianity and its manifestations of church, will be valued by students, scholars Author: Patrick Provost-Smith. This study focuses on the impact of the ubiquitous ancient institution on the emergence and early development of Christianity. Slaveholders as well as slaves were pivotal in early Christian circles. The centrality of slavery affects not only the reconstruction of the social histories of the emerging churches but also theological and ideological analyses of Christian rhetoric.


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The early church also valued the corporate study of the Bible. You may think the modern church has this one down. Most Christians own several Bibles, and church programs often contain a wide array of Bible studies and spiritual classes.

The Diversity of Early Christianity the early history of the Christian church. The Book of Acts records or reports that there was a special event that took place at Pentecost, which would have. That Christianity was just one of a number of evangelical Jewish sects of the first century, that the gospels were written in Greek, a language that Jesus is very unlikely to have spoken, and that there were a large number of competing versions of Christianity and texts before the 1st Council of Nicea are just some of the sub-plots in the by: Comparing both the early and the church today, very important thing that should be learned is that the early church was so excited to be followers of Jesus and they were spiritually motivated.

Christians today need that excitement to occupy their daily life to glorify Jesus because he is the source of life and the world needs him at this age. OCLC Number: Notes: Published for the Fernley lecture trust. Description: pages ; 19 cm: Contents: Part I: Characteristics of early Christianity --Evangel --Redemption --Power --Witness --Fellowship --Their application to the modern church --Part II: Challenge of early Christianity to its environment --Judaism --The classic religions and emperor-worship --Redeemer-gods and.

The book is organized chronologically into four parts: The Contexts of Early Christianity, Christianity in the Second and Third Centuries, The Creation of a Christian Empire, and Life in the Christian Empire. Each part begins with a timeline in order to guide students in the chronology of by: 9.

Modern; Top Ten Christian History 'Starter Books' there is simply no other history of the church written so close to these early centuries. Christianity Today strengthens the church by. Along with others you'll find here, I recommend: Bruce Shelley, Church History in Plain Language (4th ed), Thomas Nelson.

It delivers the goods without making you learn an entirely new vocabulary. Good place to start if you're not looking to go a. Some Other Early Christianity Links. What the Early Christians believed about the Law of Moses is fascinating, clearly Scriptural, and completely lost to the Church today.

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Hummel. The history of Christianity concerns the Christian religion, Christendom, and the Church with its various denominations, from the 1st century to the present. Christianity originated with the ministry of Jesus in the 1st century Roman province of ing to the Gospels, Jesus was a Jewish teacher and healer who proclaimed the imminent kingdom of God and was crucified c.

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One of best modern ones, and one that is used in a lot of seminary classes, is Justo L Gonzalez, Story of Christianity: Volume 1: The Early Church to the Reformation. I have read Chadwick which is decent, not too in-depth, and older, (we read in in my secular college history class) and I remember reading Church History in Plain Language but it.

About The Book. What did Christianity look like before it became an institution. In these firsthand accounts of the early church, the spirit of Pentecost burns with prophetic force through the fog that envelops the modern church.

A clear and vibrant faith lives on in these writings, providing a guide for Christians : Eberhard Arnold. The history of Christianity The primitive church The relation of the early church to late Judaism.

Christianity began as a movement within Judaism at a period when the Jews had long been dominated culturally and politically by foreign powers and had found in their religion (rather than in their politics or cultural achievements) the linchpin of their community.

I think it’s also fair to say that many modern Christians are not familiar with the evolution of the early Christian Church after what is described in the New Testament.

This book would be a great place to learn more and its length should be manageable for most.3/5(3). This book contains many post-apostolic writings of the early church.

Most were written very soon after the apostolic age however. The translation and footnotes are for the most part rendered in modern English and flow well. The footnotes and introductions to each book are helpful.5/5(5). Early Church History. Early 5 BC. Imperial Medieval Modern Imperial Church History Medieval Church History Modern Church History Featured Book.

Story of Christianity, Vol. 1: The Early Church to the Reformation; Story of Christianity, Vol. 2: The Reformation to the Present Day. Read this book on Questia. A fresh scholarly look at the apostle Peter and his significance in the early church and beyond Long overshadowed by the apostle Paul, Peter has received increased scholarly attention of late.

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