4 giorni fa · Clement of Rome's epistle to the Corinthians (late 1st/early 2nd century); Ignatius of Antioch's epistles to the Romans and to the Ephesians (early 2nd century); Polycarp's epistle to the Philippians (early 2nd century); Eusebius's Historia Ecclesiae (early 4th century);
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1 giorno fa · First Epistle to the Corinthians [ edit] 1 Corinthians 11:23–25  gives the earliest recorded description of Jesus' Last Supper: "The Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed took bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, 'This is my body, which is for you. Do this in remembrance of me.'"
4 giorni fa · Yet Origen did suggest, based on 1 Corinthians 15:22-28, that all creatures, possibly including even the fallen angels, will eventually be restored and reunited to God when evil is finally eradicated. For Origen, God was the First Principle, and Christ, the Logos through whom salvation is accomplished.
23 mar 2023 · The First Epistle of John then contrasts this with the "spirit of error" in 1 John 4:6. 1 John 4:1–6 provides the separation between spirits "that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God" and those who in error refuse it – an indication of their being evil spirits.
24 mar 2023 · This is the first epistle of Clement to the Corinthians. The assembly at Corinth was a very important one and one that manifested the decline of righteousness over time. Having started out on fire, the assembly gradually became one of great sedition as groups arose with all kinds of strange doctrines, causing great upheavals and […]
28 mar 2023 · As witnessed in the Acts of the Apostles, the exterior gifts of the Holy Spirit (e.g. praying in tongues & prophecy) were common in the infant Church. But St. Paul already in his First Epistle...
16 mar 2023 · However, 4th-century bishop Eusebius, in his historical work, says that there was only one recognized epistle of Clement (namely the so-called First Epistle of Clement). He expresses doubt about the authenticity of a second epistle. Similar doubts were also expressed by Jerome in the 5th century.