Old and New Testament.O. T. Means scripture that God gave, over the course of many years, to an ancient people whom He chose to deal with in a unique way.These ancient people were known as Hebrews or…Continue
Old and New Testament.O. T. Means scripture that God gave, over the course of many years, to an ancient people whom He chose to deal with in a unique way.These ancient people were known as Hebrews or Israelites and later as Jews.Certain people were moved by God’s Spirit to express divine truth in human words.These writings were divided into three sections;1. The Torah, guidance, teaching, law. (First 5 Books of Moses)2. The Prophet, major and minor prophets.3. The Writing, historical writing,…See More
"The School of Alexandria was founded about 180A.D. by Pantaenus. Before he was a Christian he was taught to be free of passion and unmoved by joy. Once he accepted Christ in his life he became full of passion and zeal. He was gifted to teach with…"
"The School of Alexandria, School of Asia Minor, and School of N. Africa were the source of first-hand information concerning the church, life, doctrines, and relations to the heathen world during the centuries of persecution.
"School of Alexandria - founded in 180 A.D, with only pieces of its writing survived. The greatest of this school was Origen; was a Hellenistic scholar, ascetic, and early Christian theologian. He was also know as an able thinker and expositor…"
"The School of Alexandria was founded around 180 A.D. by Pantaeunus. This school amazes me because it was established centuries ago that left a strong foundation for Christians today. School of Asia Minor was consisted of theological teachers…"
"School of Alexandria- Concentrates on the grace of God as the grace of continuous or dynamic renewal of our nature by the Holy Spirit, who grants us close unity with the Father in the Son; that is communion with God. In Jesus Christ, we not only…"
"Three schools of Theology arose, at Alexandria, in Asia Minor, and in North Africa.
1. School of Alexandria was founded in 180 A.D. by Pantaenus, who had been a stoic philosopher, but as a Christian was eminent for fervency of spirit and eloquence…"
"Three schools of theology arose, at Alexandria, in Asia Minor, and in North Africa. 1. School of Alexandria, 180 A.D. Pantaenus. Clement. Origen.
2. School of Asia Minor. Irenaeus.
3. School of North Africa. Tertullian. Cyprian.
With all of these…"
"While reading about Paul’s for missionary trips, it reinforced how God is able to use every situation for his glory. Being one of the main persecutors in the early church had to bring a great impact on his preaching after that time. As a…"
"These were my findings:
In Jewish tradition, a young man began following a Rabbi between the ages of 12 and 30, and usually when he was less than 20. So that would make most of the apostles teenagers when Jesus called them to follow him.
The use of…"