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|Statement||as set forth by Fr. Makair and Fr. Vitalis, and other writers ; and endorsed by Roman Catholic Bishop of Lahore, examined by W.P. Hares ...|
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Church, in Christian doctrine, the Christian religious community as a whole, or a body or organization of Christian believers. After the Crucifixion, early Christians established their own communities of believers, modeled on the Jewish synagogue. Learn about the history and development of Christian :// Religion: During the first century, Rome was heavily influenced by Greek mythology and the practice of Emperor worship (also known as the Imperial Cult). Thus, most inhabitants of Rome were polytheistic -- they worshiped several different gods and demigods depending on Canonical law for Catholics emerged from Judaism in the 3rd century CE but did not become universal for the church until the 20th century. Three main works establishing the canon include Didache ("Teaching"), a Syrian document in Greek written between 90– CE; the Apostolic Tradition, a Greek manuscript written in either Rome or Egypt in the early 3rd century, and the Didaskalia Gregg R. Allison (PhD, Trinity Evangelical Divinity School) is professor of Christian theology at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is secretary of the Evangelical Theological Society, a book review editor for the Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society, an elder at Sojourn Community Church, and a theological strategist for Sojourn ://
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