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Christian History that Matters

I got asked today about writing a book on church history. The idea behind the request is a good one, but this morning I thought I wouldn’t have time for years. How I underestimate the internet! My blog is not … Continue reading

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Christian History in a Nutshell

Ready? Let’s go! The apostles formed churches. Those churches formed churches. These churches had no leadership higher than the local city or town. Nonetheless, they were taught to carefully preserve the apostles’ teaching. Over time, as the churches grew, some … Continue reading

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Plug for Restless Pilgrim

You may have noticed Restless Pilgrim’s comments on some of my posts. I pop over to his blog now and then and catch up on his posts. It’s always struck me as funny that he reads my blog at all. … Continue reading

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Making Christian History Exciting and Interesting

This is a shameless, self-promotion of my ebook. It’s a reprint of my Christian History Newsletter. I’m allowing myself to do both because the general reaction to the ebook—It’s a full-fledged 440-page book on the Council of Nicea—has been surprise … Continue reading

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Scoffing Scholars

Don’t you hate it when someone announces that “all the scholars know” that Christianity isn’t true; they’re just scared to tell us? I hate it, and it’s baloney. A guy named Bart Ehrman has written a book called Jesus, Interrupted, … Continue reading

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