What did Jesus teach? What did the original Church teach? In The Teachings of Christ-Point by Point and First Century Christianity these questions are answered. Every word Jesus spoke, every act, and every miracle he performed from all four Gospels are here combined into one continuous chronological narrative. Next, in order to facilitate even deeper understandings of his teachings, the material is restated by context: - What did Jesus say about himself? - What did Jesus teach about the human condition? - What miracles did Jesus perform? - What did Jesus teach in public? - What did Jesus teach his disciples? - What did Jesus say to his adversaries? - What were his parting words to his disciples? - The Trials, Tortures, and Crucifixion of Christ - The Resurrection And what did the Original Church teach? The Didache and The First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians are the two earliest, and most highly esteemed, writings in the early Church. They are the two best available resources to bring us a clear vision of original Christianity. The Didache, originally known as The Doctrine of the Twelve Apostles, is the first Church manual-the original Church's guidebook. It was used to teach how to practice Christianity. The First Epistle of Clement was part of an early version of the New Testament. The early Church held this epistle in the greatest esteem.
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|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2014|
|ISBN: ||9781633060067 (DRM-EPUB)|
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