eusebius in English
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1. Eusebius had an additional purpose —that of an apologist.
2. Eusebius —“The Father of Church History”?
3. Eusebius also lacked artistic skill of presentation.
4. Further proof comes from fourth-century church historian Eusebius.
5. The refernce again is to Eusebius of Caesarea; seen. above.
6. About one hundred years after Origen, Eusebius (c. 333) notes that it was still in use.
7. Eusebius sat at the right hand of the emperor at the council.
8. Eusebius traces them to the time of the Emperor Trajan, A.D. 98-
9. Eusebius devoted himself to his studies, especially to the study of the Bible.
10. Using parallel columns, Eusebius displayed the succession of the royalty of different nations.
11. Eusebius had studied the Scriptures diligently and had been a defender of Christian monotheism.
12. As a result of this accomplishment, Eusebius became known as the father of church history.
13. Amazingly, though, at the closing of the Council of Nicaea, Eusebius gave his support to the opposing view.
14. He was the successor to Eusebius as bishop of Caesarea and a proponent of his predecessor's subordinationist theology.
15. "Some 22 of the bishops at the council, led by Eusebius of Nicomedia, came as supporters of Arius.
16. Although he believed that the Father existed before the Son, Eusebius accepted a different view at the council in Nicaea.
17. During the early 300's, Eusebius, the bishop of Caesarea in Palestine, produced the most important universal history of that type.
18. Here again it is a famous question whether what Flavius Josephus and Eusebius quote under the name of Hecataeus is authentic.
19. Eusebius wrote: “It is my purpose also to give the names and number and times of those who through love of innovation have run into the greatest errors, and proclaiming themselves discoverers of knowledge, falsely so called, have like fierce wolves unmercifully devastated the flock of Christ.”
20. By spiritualisation and allegorisation he set the Church on the downhill road. The concept that God's everlasting Kingdom is the dominant Church established on Earth, came on the scene in the writings of Tichonius and was introduced by Eusebius following Constantine's "conversion" to Christianity.