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Clement was a disciple of Peter, and afterwords Bishop of Rome. Clemens Alexandrinus calls him an apostle. Jerome says he was an apostolical man, and Rufinus that he was almost an apostle. Eusebius calls this the wonderful Epistle of St. Clement, and says that it was publically read in the assemblies of the primitive church. It is included in one of the ancient collections of the Canon Scripture (taken from: The Lost Books of the Bible; Bell, 1979).
Since the discovery of the Dead Sea Scrolls in 1947 and the earlier find at Nag Hammadi in 1945, the once hidden history of the first Apostolic Congregation(s) has now come to light. Far from heretical literature that the Catholic Church has attempted to brand these priceless writings as, and unlike the gnostic writings that were placed into circulation by the devil to confuse the congregation(s), these ecclesiastically accepted texts by those personally trained by the first Apostles provide the true student of Scripture with a deeper understanding of the true history of the Christian faith.
Listen along with me and learn the true history of our faith known as Christianity! Greetings and Peace be with you my brethren...bondservant of our Lord and Savior--Yeshua Ha Mashiach (Jesus Christ)
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