Category Archives: Development of Doctrine

Irenaeus and the church at Rome in his day

Originally posted on Apologetics and Agape:
Irenaeus was one of the most important church fathers of the second century, who was bishop of Lyon, France, and who wrote around 180-200 AD, his famous work, Against Heresies, that was against Gnosticism…

Posted in apostolic succession, church history, Dave Armstrong, Development of Doctrine, early church history, Irenaeus, Roman Catholicism

Scripture, Tradition, and Church, by Anthony Lane

Scripture, Tradition and Church: An Historical Survey, by Anthony N. S. Lane https://biblicalstudies.org.uk/pdf/vox/vol09/scripture_lane.pdf

Posted in apostolic succession, church history, Development of Doctrine, Tradition

Justin Martyr was Trinitarian

In regard to the video by Dale Tuggy (a Unitarian) that Yahya Snow (a Muslim) put up; (over at Paul “Bilal” Williams’ blog, Paul is also a Muslim, a British Muslim who had an evangelical experience before becoming a Muslim, … Continue reading

Posted in Apologetics, church history, Deity of Christ, Development of Doctrine, early church history, The doctrine of the Trinity, Theology, Theology of God | 2 Comments

“The Rise of Roman Catholicism” by Tim Kauffman

http://www.whitehorseblog.com/2014/06/29/the-rise-of-roman-catholicism/ Lots of great information there on early church history.  It proves the early church was not the Roman Catholic Church.

Posted in apostolic succession, church history, Development of Doctrine, early church history, Roman Catholic false practices, Roman Catholicism

Confessing the Triune God

http://subsplash.com/reformtheosem/s/znk3c4l

Posted in church history, Council of Nicea, Development of Doctrine, early church history, The doctrine of the Trinity, Theology, Theology of God

A Very Substantive Dividing Line Program

A very substantive Dividing Line by Dr. White, especially in responding to a Roman Catholic named Allan Ruhl on the RC priesthood, church history, and development of doctrine. Allan Ruhl’s article is here.   Dr. White also covered Mike Licona’s … Continue reading

Posted in Development of Doctrine, Roman Catholic false practices, Roman Catholicism, The Book of Hebrews, The Priesthood

Irenaeus and the church at Rome in his day

Irenaeus was one of the most important church fathers of the second century, who was bishop of Lyon, France, (in Irenaeus’ day, called Lugdunum, Gaul) and who wrote around 180-200 AD, his famous work, Against Heresies, that was against Gnosticism … Continue reading

Posted in apostolic succession, church history, Dave Armstrong, Development of Doctrine, early church history, Irenaeus, Roman Catholicism