THE 7 ECUMENICAL COUNCILS In attempting to gather historical facts about the Early Church, after Clement’s time, one will find, almost predominantly, that Catholicism swallowed up the “church” from a very early date. At least as far as the historical accounts of the early church are

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THE MAN, CLEMENT OF ROME We left off, in Part 2 of our Early Church History Series, learning a little bit about Paul’s role in the church. Not only was he a missionary, evangelist, writer and encourager of the brethren, but he was a church planter

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FACT OR FANTASY The Fantasy of Saint Nicholas Many Christians attempt to justify their keeping of the Christmas tradition by speaking of the wonderful Christian man, Saint Nicholas, the ever-popular namesake of Santa Claus. They say that the giving of gifts represents the way he gave selflessly,

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LEARNING THE STORY BEHIND THE KJV Many people prefer the King James Bible to any other version, and for many different reasons. If you were to take a poll, I would guess less than half of them actually know the story behind its creation. However, it is

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HOW THE BIBLE CAME TO BE TRANSLATED INTO ENGLISH  John Wycliffe John Wycliffe did the very first English translation of the Bible in 1382 AD. He was a professor at Oxford, a scholar and also a theologian and he wrote out the entire Bible in English, by

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