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  • Título Original: Christianity at a Crossroads
  • Autor del libro: Timothy S. Thomas
  • ISBN: -
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:106
  • Realese fecha:1994-05-02
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The main purpose for writing this book was to try and show why Jesus, the Apostles, and the first 3-4 generations of the Church think much different than we do now. It contrasts the way the Church thought in the 4th Century with how they thought in the first three. From the time of the New Testament writings to the Church Fathers writings, this book tries to show a marked The main purpose for writing this book was to try and show why Jesus, the Apostles, and the first 3-4 generations of the Church think much different than we do now. It contrasts the way the Church thought in the 4th Century with how they thought in the first three. From the time of the New Testament writings to the Church Fathers writings, this book tries to show a marked difference in how they taught their people, how they led, and what they thought was important. I review these men's thoughts with how we think today, and when the church started thinking different. After Christianity was chosen by Constantine as the main Religion for the Roman Empire, the leaders accepted, and then incorporate writings previously thought to be heretical, these were writings from Origen. Origen's teachings and thoughts are highlighted. He was a Third Century writer of Theology who did not have a good reputation with his own colleagues, but then was catapulted into relevance after the Church became the main religion of Rome. The book try's to show how the Church used Origen's idea of using Platonic logic to interpret scripture, rather than the Judaic model, it made the transition from being a persecuted religion to the main one easier to accept by the Romans.