Historia Eclesiastica-Eusebio de Cesareia [Eusebio de Cesareia, CPAD] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Os primeiros quatro séculos da. Buy Historia Eclesiástica (Em Portuguese do Brasil) by Eusebio de Cesareia ( ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free . 29 ago. História Eclesiástica – Ebook written by Eusébio de Cesareia. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Author: Jukasa Voodoolkree
Country: Lesotho
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: History
Published (Last): 17 May 2008
Pages: 488
PDF File Size: 9.82 Mb
ePub File Size: 16.73 Mb
ISBN: 404-8-51305-282-4
Downloads: 16573
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Majas

At the end of each book within the Church History Maier has added his own commentary, which may provide more background information about the era of Eusebius’s discussion. Christ in history and in the Old Testament.

His soaring praise of Constantine is forgivable.

Pesquise você mesmo sobre Mateus 28:19 nos livros de Eusébio de Cesaréia

Dec 08, Nancy rated it liked it Shelves: Another interesting point of euxebio is Eusebius’s acceptance that the author Luke-Acts is the same individual as Luke of Colossians 4: I focus mainly on Eusebius’s accounts of theology. Josephus is relied on heavily as a historical source, as Eusebius had a limited command of Hebrew.

There was no official canon then, so these early Christians had to first collect and then sort through all the writings and try to determine what was orthodox from what was not, without computers or any form of communication, all the while battling enemies from within and without. Eusebius goes on to discuss the historicity of the Johanine books concluding the following: Origen features prominently in this susebio.

The heroics of the early Christian martyrs will haunt you. The history is full of fascinating detail that give a much more coc Paul Maier’s commentary is invariable informative ek helpful. However, ultimately he decides to stop. Eusubius consulted a large number of early historical manuscripts – not an easy task in those days – but he was far from an unbiased historian.


No trivia or quizzes yet. Indeed, we were conscious of a wonderful fragrance, like a breath of frankincense or some other costly spice. I found myself very in tune with what Eusebius said about Christianity in those early centuries. He devoted his longest chapter, 8, almost exclusively to him. Forgive me a wretch, Lawson This is an important book because it is the only surviving historical record of the Church cesaeria its first years.

From the vast array of topics encompassed in that region and time, Eusebius focuses his history on five: The persecutions in the Roman empire is appalling. And then of course there are all sorts of random details to puzzle and emm, such as the statue of Jesus Eu The author of the introduction seems to fault Eusebius for not writing a different book, but I find a lot to like in what he did write.

This quotation, which is part of the introduction of the book, is followed cesariea a prolonged quotation listing the deeds of various martyrs. As I read, I took some notes which I’ve included below. It serves as an example for enduring suffering, and a spur to goad us to action to fight persecution when it eusehio today.

História Eclesiástica Eusébio De Cesaréia : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

In the previous book, it was established that he was persecuting Christians in Rome, and pretending to the position of ruler. It was interesting to find out, first hand, just how different the church was in the late 4th century than it is now, in all but the essentials.

Constantius dies in York and his son, Constantine, is declared emperor. The Roman persecution of Christians, the Christian persecution of the Jews, Muslim fundamentalist terrorism – it never ends. Much of the text is given over to accounts of the suffering of the early Christians who were martyred at the hands of the Romans. Though Eusebius was an Arian sympathizer, this tome is crucial to our understanding of the early church because it is the only extant church history we have from this era.


These are classed as Recognized Books. He was not a disintere Eusebius of Caesarea lived from approximately — A. It’s also notable that Eusebius, Christianity’s first historian and a devout Christian, calls into question the validity of the book of Revelation he does make clear that he is in no position to pass judgment on the boo I wish evangelicals would read literature such as this. Perhaps the battle between Good and Evil has not changed so very much after all These seemingly foundational questions were anything but simple and led to dealing with endless heresies; sorting through numerous writings of varying quality; conducting repeated councils; developing and refining creeds, and yes, even to specifying what concerned Mary, but only because it was her humanity and relationship to Jesus which in the end settled so many questions about Him.

Though I could easily go on about Eusebius and his book, I will make note of only two other items.