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History of the Christian Church
 
The final episode of Communio Sanctorum. We look briefly at the reaction of some Protestants to Manifest Destiny. DL Moody, The Holiness Movement, Phoebe Palmer, The Azusa Street Revival. This 150th episode of CS is titled The End. 150 episodes! And this is the rebooted v2. We had a hundred episodes in v1 before I started over again in an attem ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
The final episode of Communio Sanctorum. We look briefly at the reaction of some Protestants to Manifest Destiny. DL Moody, The Holiness Movement, Phoebe Palmer, The Azusa Street Revival. This 150th episode of CS is titled The End. 150 episodes! And this is the rebooted v2. We had a hundred episodes in v1 before I started over again in an attem ...…
 
Speaker: Tim Cressman Series: We Believe
 
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History of the Papacy Podcast
 
Description: The story of Priscillian carries on with our theme of lesser known figures in Church history, who should be better known. Priscillian raised many interesting questions that cut to the heart of Christianity. Priscillian questioned the role of personal connection to scripture, asceticism and the relationship with the hierarchy and ci ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
Episode 54 – The Crusades – Part 1 In the first episode of Communio Sanctorum, we took a look at the various ways history has been studied over time. In the Ancient world, history was more often than not, propaganda. The old adage that “History is written by the winners” was certainly true for the ancients. With the implementation of the Scient ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
Episode 54 – The Crusades – Part 1 In the first episode of Communio Sanctorum, we took a look at the various ways history has been studied over time. In the Ancient world, history was more often than not, propaganda. The old adage that “History is written by the winners” was certainly true for the ancients. With the implementation of the Scient ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do.” In our study of the History of the Church, we get to examine some periods when the followers of Jesus did some amazing, God-honoring, Christ-exalting, people-blessing things. In future episodes we’ll take a longerish look at how the Gospel has impacted history & world ci ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “Breaking Up Is Hard to Do.” In our study of the History of the Church, we get to examine some periods when the followers of Jesus did some amazing, God-honoring, Christ-exalting, people-blessing things. In future episodes we’ll take a longerish look at how the Gospel has impacted history & world ci ...…
 
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Behold the Lamb – Catholic Homilies for Year A – ST PAUL REPOSITORY
 
A Catholic homily by Fr Guy de Gaynesford Readings: 1 Kings 3: 5, 7-12, Ps 113, Romans 8: 28-30, Matthew 13: … Continue reading →By Fr Guy de Gaynesford STL.
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “Liturgy.” And that’s where I want to begin: What comes to mind when you hear that word – “Liturgy.” Most likely—it brings up all kinds of various associations for different people. Some find great comfort in what the word connotes because it recalls a time in their life of close connection to God. ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “Liturgy.” And that’s where I want to begin: What comes to mind when you hear that word – “Liturgy.” Most likely—it brings up all kinds of various associations for different people. Some find great comfort in what the word connotes because it recalls a time in their life of close connection to God. ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “Look Who’s Driving the Bus Now.” As noted in a previous episode, it’s difficult in recounting Church History to follow a straight narrative timeline. The expansion of the Faith into different regions means many storylines. So it’s necessary to do a certain amount of backtracking as we follow the sp ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “Look Who’s Driving the Bus Now.” As noted in a previous episode, it’s difficult in recounting Church History to follow a straight narrative timeline. The expansion of the Faith into different regions means many storylines. So it’s necessary to do a certain amount of backtracking as we follow the sp ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “Living It.” For generations, scholars have debated the cause of the Fall of Rome in the West. In his monumental work The Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire historian Edward Gibbon laid a large part of the blame on Christianity. And for decades that view dominated the popular view of history for the ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “Living It.” For generations, scholars have debated the cause of the Fall of Rome in the West. In his monumental work The Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire historian Edward Gibbon laid a large part of the blame on Christianity. And for decades that view dominated the popular view of history for the ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This week’s episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “God’s Consul .” One of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s most important contributions to the Empire was to divide the top-tier leadership up so that it could rule more efficiently. The Empire had grown too large to be governed well by a single Emperor, so he selected a co-Augustus & divided the ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This week’s episode of Communio Sanctorum is titled, “God’s Consul .” One of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s most important contributions to the Empire was to divide the top-tier leadership up so that it could rule more efficiently. The Empire had grown too large to be governed well by a single Emperor, so he selected a co-Augustus & divided the ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode is titled “Who Do You Say He Is?” We begin by reading from the Chalcedonian Creed of AD 451, the portion devoted to the orthodox view of Christ. We, then, following the holy Fathers, all with one consent, teach men to confess one and the same Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, the same perfect in Godhead and also perfect in manhood; truly ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode is titled “Who Do You Say He Is?” We begin by reading from the Chalcedonian Creed of AD 451, the portion devoted to the orthodox view of Christ. We, then, following the holy Fathers, all with one consent, teach men to confess one and the same Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, the same perfect in Godhead and also perfect in manhood; truly ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This Episode is Simply titled “Leo” In a sermon preached on the Sunday before Resurrection Sunday, Bishop0 Leo of Rome said, Among all the works of God’s mercy, dearly-beloved, which from the beginning have been bestowed upon men’s salvation, none is more wondrous, and none more sublime, than that Christ was crucified for the world. For to this ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This Episode is Simply titled “Leo” In a sermon preached on the Sunday before Resurrection Sunday, Bishop0 Leo of Rome said, Among all the works of God’s mercy, dearly-beloved, which from the beginning have been bestowed upon men’s salvation, none is more wondrous, and none more sublime, than that Christ was crucified for the world. For to this ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of CS is provocatively titled “The Lapsed Dance.” In “Martyrs” the 4th episode, we examined the persecution Christians faced at the hands of the authorities of the Roman Empire. We noted that persecution, while at times fierce, wasn’t one, long campaign of terror that lasted for 1 coup-le centuries. It tended to be rather spasmodic ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This episode of CS is provocatively titled “The Lapsed Dance.” In “Martyrs” the 4th episode, we examined the persecution Christians faced at the hands of the authorities of the Roman Empire. We noted that persecution, while at times fierce, wasn’t one, long campaign of terror that lasted for 1 coup-le centuries. It tended to be rather spasmodic ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This Episode is titled, “What Shall We Call Them?” A quote from an early 2nd C martyr à It is not that I want merely to be called a Christian, but to actually be one. Yes, if I prove to be one, then I can have the name…Come fire, cross, battling with wild beasts, wrenching of bones, mangling of limbs, crushing of my whole body, cruel tortures o ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
This Episode is titled, “What Shall We Call Them?” A quote from an early 2nd C martyr à It is not that I want merely to be called a Christian, but to actually be one. Yes, if I prove to be one, then I can have the name…Come fire, cross, battling with wild beasts, wrenching of bones, mangling of limbs, crushing of my whole body, cruel tortures o ...…
 
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Second Presbyterian Church: Amen Bible Study
 
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
In this first Episode of Version 2 of CS we consider . . . How the first Jewish Christians viewed the Faith as well as some general comments about the podcast. This week’s episode, our first, is titled “Really?” The best place to start is at the beginning. but where is that exactly? In a history of the Church and Christianity where do we begin? ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
In this first Episode of Version 2 of CS we consider . . . How the first Jewish Christians viewed the Faith as well as some general comments about the podcast. This week’s episode, our first, is titled “Really?” The best place to start is at the beginning. but where is that exactly? In a history of the Church and Christianity where do we begin? ...…
 
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CPBC Weekly Sermons
 
 
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