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Phil Oh this looks super interesting. Any thoughts so far?


Julian Worker Phil wrote: "Oh this looks super interesting. Any thoughts so far?"

It is interesting to discover how the Church Fathers changed and developed the language pertaining to Jesus in their writing as the years passed. I've reached Justin Martyr now but there's still many more influential people to read about as well as the refutation of certain heresies, which is what really interests me. There's also the big question about why the books in The Bible are where they are and why other books were not considered worthy of inclusion.


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