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Eusebius and the History of the Church
Religion and Theology
Pages 5 (1255 words)
EUSEBIUS AND THE HISTORY OF THE CHURCH Eusebius, an elected bishop of Caesaria, is known for being a prolific writer who has written much of the most noted histories of the early Christian church. His name means “reverent, pious or devout”, and being true to his name he is now celebrated as the father of church history.1 It is presumed that he was born around year 260, and was active in writing many works, giving speeches and orations, as well as counseling until his death in 339.
the lines, it is also to Eusebius’ merit that most, if not all of his sources were properly credited, and acknowledged, which is very unusual for historians at that time. One of the most noted and referred books written by Eusebius is Ekklestiastices Historias, or The History of the Church, was originally in Greek, and was translated in numerous languages during the course of history. This paper will focus on the eighth book, which tells about the persecutions of emperors from Diocletian to Maximian, and the tenth book, which is about the reign of Constantine and the tolerance of the Romans to Christians that resulted in the time of peace and tranquility. ...
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