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The church History (From the Great Schism to the Protestant Reformation )\Do Grande Cisma à Reforma protestante 1054\1517 AD
Junte-se a nós nesta Sexta Feira dia 5, a partir das 23:30h em Portugal (19:30h em Brasília), para continuar a escavar o passado do Cristianismo e descobrir suas implicações espirituais em nossos tempos.
Join us this Friday, September 5th, (6:30pm EST\5:30pm CST\4:30pm MST\3:30pm PST - USA), to continue to dig into the past of Christianity and discover its spiritual implications in our times.
O meu povo foi destruído, porque lhe faltou o conhecimento; porque tu rejeitaste o conhecimento, também eu te rejeitarei, para que não sejas sacerdote diante de mim; e, visto que te esqueceste da lei do teu Deus, também eu me esquecerei de teus filhos. Oséias 4:6
Entenda as raízes gnósticas do catolicismo moderno, e conhecer a história da usurpação universal do Evangelho Verdade do hebraico Messias, através da formalização da religião católica pelo Império Romano que foi gradualmente incorporando as idéias de hereges Cerinto, Valentino, Marcião, Nicolau, Marcos e Mani, entre muitos outros que perverteram a pureza dos ensinamentos de Cristo.
Terça feira, 19 de Agosto, 22h em Portugal (18h em Brasília)
Fonte: "Os pais da Igreja antiga - O que os discípulos dos Apóstolos ensinaram:" por Ken Johnson
My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge; because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me; and, seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I will also forget thy children. Hosea 4:6
Understand the Gnostic roots of modern Catholicism, and know the history of universal usurpation of Gospel Truth of the Hebrew Messiah, through the formalization of the Catholic religion by the Roman Empire which was gradually incorporating the ideas of heretics Cerinthus, Valentinus, Marcion, Nicholas, Marcus and Mani, among many others that have perverted the purity of the teachings of Christ.
Tuesday, August 19th, 5pm EST\4pm CST\3pm MST\2pm PST
Source: "Ancient church fathers - What the Disciples of the Apostles taught", By Ken Johnson
Conheça os detalhes da História relacionados com os primeiros oito momentos marcantes na vida do Corpo de Cristo, que ficaram conhecidos como os Concílios da Igreja. Desde o decreto dos Apóstolos em 50 dC em Jerusalem que definiu as bases da fé cristã para todos os que nEle cressem, até ao segundo concílio de Niceia (787 dC), o último realizado antes do grande cisma na Igreja Romana, entre católicos e ortodoxos, ocorrido em 1056 dC.
Terça Feira, 26 de Agosto, 22h em Portugal (18h em Brasília)
Learn more about the history details related to the first eight moments that marked the life of the Body of Christ, which became known as the Church Councils. Since the decree of the Apostles in Jerusalem in 50 AD which defined the foundations of the Christian faith to all who believed in Him, until the second council of Nicaea (787 AD), the last held before the great schism in the Roman Church between Catholics and Orthodox, occurred in 1056 AD.
Tuesday, August 26th, 5pm EST\4pm CST\3pm MST\2pm PST - USA
Junte-se a nós nesta Quinta Feira dia 4, a partir das 22h em Portugal (18h em Brasília), para continuar a escavar o passado do Cristianismo e descobrir suas implicações espirituais em nossos tempos.
Join us this Thursday the September 4th, (5pm EST\4pm CST\3pm MST\2pm PST - USA), to continue to dig into the past of Christianity and discover its spiritual implications in our times.
Mas houve também entre o povo falsos profetas, como entre vós haverá falsos mestres, os quais introduzirão encobertamente heresias destruidoras, negando até o Senhor que os resgatou, trazendo sobre si mesmos repentina destruição. 2 Pedro 2:1
Sábado, 16, 23:30h em Portugal (19:30h Brasília)
But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction. 2 Peter 2:1
Saturday, 16th, 6:30pm EST\5:30pm CST\4:30pm MST\3:30pm PST USA
With the controversy and confusion surrounding Wednesday's interview with Episcopal Bishop Tony Palmer, Rick and Chris spend segment one addressing listener feedback. In the second half of the show, the two dive deeper into Church history with a specific focus on the true origin and meaning of the word "catholic." Tune in to hear Rick explain why even the Pope is not catholic in the truest sense!
The History of Christianity #63
Our History of Christianity Scripture verse today is 1 Corinthians 1:26-27 which reads: "For ye see your calling, brethren, how that not many wise men after the flesh, not many mighty, not many noble, are called: But God hath chosen the foolish things of the world to confound the wise; and God hath chosen the weak things of the world to confound the things which are mighty."
Our History of Christianity quote today is from John Wesley. He said: "Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. At all the times you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can."
Today, in the History of Christianity, we are looking at "Christian Life" (Part 1) from Dr. Justo L. Gonzalez's fine book, The Story of Christianity (Volume 1).
When telling the story of Christianity, one must always remember that the sources themselves are not a fair representation of all that was taking place. Since most of the surviving documents deal with the work and thought of the leaders of the church, or with persecution and conflicts with the state, there is always the tendancy to forget that these writings present only a partial picture, saying little of the life and faith of the rank and file, or of their religious practices. Furthermore, when one attempts to reconstruct the rest of the picture, one is faced with an almost total lack of sources, and must be content with piecing together bits of information.
The Social Origins of Early Christians
The pagan writer Celsus once complained that Christians were ignorant folk whose teaching took place, not in schools nor in open forums, but in kitchens, shops, and tanneries. Although the work of Christians such as Justin, Clement, and Origen would seem to belie Celsus' words, the fact remains that, in general, Celsus was telling the truth...
Churches of the USA welcomes Thomas K. Lane, Minister at Westport Christian Church in Port St. Lucie, Florida, to talk about anything and everything about the church. Listen in as he shares the church history, worship style, congregation makeup, youth groups, and kids’ programs.
Born Thomas Kelvin Lane, to Thomas I Lane and Betty J Lane, on May 28 1954 at Mt. Carmel Mercy Hospital in Detroit, Michigan. Raised in the Christian Church, Independent Christian Churches and Churches of Christ, also known as the Restoration Movement. Christians in this fellowship were often referred to as “Campbellites” during the 19th Century, in reference to Thomas and Alexander Campbell, founders and leaders of this movement, a part of what is also known as the Second Great Awakening.
Early years in Michigan, within 100 miles of Detroit.
Went away to attend Ozark Bible College in Joplin, Missouri.
Graduated in 1980 with a Bachelor of Sacred Literature, moved to Central Illinois, married and started a family.
Ministered to congregations in Champaign, Illinois and Princeton, Kentucky.
After 10 years in paid ministry, left the located ministry to concentrate on family.
Discovered an aptitude for computer and IT work – working in various retail stores, teaching in the local community college, and finally concentrating on IT Consulting and Technician jobs as both employee and contractor.
Worked as an IT contractor in the Treasure Coast/West Palm Beach area.
Worshipped and fellowshipped with the congregation at Westport Christian Church in Port St Lucie, Florida.
In June 2014, was asked by the elders to take the minister’s position at Westport upon the retirement of the minister, George Randolph.
Stepped back into the paid/located ministry as of July 1, 2014.
Tune in for "On Target For God" Monday, October 20th 2014 at 7pm EST, 6pm CST, 5pm MST, and 4pm PST for "A TRAGEDY CALLED CHURCH - part 7" as we continue this informative series separating truth from tradition with the Holy Scriptures concerning the biblical pattern for "The Church" versus what is commonly accepted as "church" in our present day. We will study the issue of "membership versus conversion", church history compared to the biblical account, present day church traditions, and examine how pagan ritual & false doctrines influenced much of modern day theology.
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