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The Imperial Church: The Impact of the New Order, Part 1

The History of Christianity #87

Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is 1 Corinthians 12:27 which reads: “Now ye are the body of Christ, and members in particular.” 264 more words

Christian History

There are many similarities between the teachings of Buddha and Jesus

Some 500 years before Jesus Christ, the Gautama Buddha, a prince who is considered the founder of Buddhism taught many doctrines that were very similar to what Jesus would teach five centuries later. 140 more words

Christian History

The Imperial Church -- From Persecution to Dominance, Part 1

The History of Christianity #86

Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is Acts 17:23 which reads: “For as I passed by, and beheld your devotions, I found an altar with this inscription, To The Unknown God. 385 more words

Christian History

There are many movements who believed Jesus was coming in their lifetime, like the Millerites

There were hundreds of millions of people, who earnestly believed the Second Coming was happening in their lifetime. Some of these believed this with such firmness, they gave up their lives, sold everything, and waited for an event that never materialized. 263 more words

Christian History

Who was St. Patrick?

Happy St. Patty’s Day! I have to admit that, next to Easter and Christmas, my favorite holiday is St. Patrick’s Day. I love St. Patrick’s Day! 969 more words

Christianity Today

A.A. co-founder knew Christians would see his view of Christ as "terrific heresy"

According to A.A. co-founder Bill Wilson, “Christ is, of course, the leading figure to me. Yet I have never been able to receive complete assurance that He was one hundred per cent God. 101 more words

Higher Power

The Catholic Church - A History

I must heartily recommend the above-titled lecture series delivered by Professor William R. Cook. It is available from Audible. It is wonderfully lively, thorough, and fairly balanced. 254 more words

Catholicism