Early Church: Leaders and Issues

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Early Church: Leaders and Issues

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The Post-Apostolic Church

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Historic Evidence of the Issue for the Early Church:

Correspondence between Pliny the Younger and Emperor Trajan

111-113 CE

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Leaders and Writers of the Post-Apostolic Church

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(About 35 to 108)

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1. Ignatius is known to have taught the diety of Christ

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1. Ignatius is known to have taught the diety of Christ

Favored Sunday of Sabbath Worship

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1. Ignatius is known to have taught the diety of Christ

Favored Sunday of Sabbath Worship

Emphasized loyalty to regional bishops

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1. Ignatius is known to have taught the diety of Christ

Favored Sunday of Sabbath Worship

Emphasized loyalty to regional bishops

First to use “katholikos” to describe the church

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1. Ignatius is known to have taught the diety of Christ

Favored Sunday of Sabbath Worship

Emphasized loyalty to regional bishops

First to use “katholikos” to describe the church

Stressed the value of the Eucharist

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(about 40-99)

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Clement may have been mentioned in Philippians 4:3:

Yes, and I ask you, loyal yokefellow, help these women who have contended at my side in the cause of the gospel, along with Clement and the rest of my fellow workers, whose names are in the book of life.

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1. Clement may have been mentioned in Philippians 4:3

2. First to affirm the apostolic authority of clergy

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1. Clement may have been mentioned in Philippians 4:3

2. First to affirm the apostolic authority of clergy

3. First to establish Roman primacy

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1. Clement may have been mentioned in Philippians 4:3

2. First to affirm the apostolic authority of clergy

3. First to establish Roman primacy

4. Used the terms ‘Bishop’ and ‘Presbyter’ interchangeably

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1. Clement may have been mentioned in Philippians 4:3

2. First to affirm the apostolic authority of clergy

3. First to establish Roman primacy

4. Used the terms ‘Bishop’ and ‘Presbyter’ interchangeably

5. Because of martyrdom became patron saint of mariners

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1. Polycarp third of the chief Apostolic Fathers

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1. Polycarp third of the chief Apostolic Fathers

2. A disciple of John the Apostle

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1. Polycarp third of the chief Apostolic Fathers

2. A disciple of John the Apostle

3. Did primary research

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1. Polycarp third of the chief Apostolic Fathers

2. A disciple of John the Apostle

3. Did primary research

4. Lived in an age when a variety of interpretations of the sayings of Jesus were being preached. His role was to authenticate orthodox teachings through his reputed connection with the Apostle John.

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1. Polycarp third of the chief Apostolic Fathers

2. A disciple of John the Apostle

3. Did primary research

4. Lived in an age when a variety of interpretations of the sayings of Jesus were being preached. His role was to authenticate orthodox teachings through his reputed connection with the Apostle John.

5. May have been the one to compile, edit, and publish the New Testament. David Trobisch

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About 70-163

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1. Papias described his information gathering method

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1. Papias described his information gathering method

2. Gave the earliest extant account of who wrote the Gospels

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1. Papias described his information gathering method

2. Gave the earliest extant account of who wrote the Gospels

3. Gave us some of the unknown (and questionable) sayings of Jesus

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The Didache

“The Teaching of the Lord to the Gentiles by the Twelve Apostles”

End of the First Century

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The Didache: Four Parts

The Two Ways

Three Christian Rituals

Church Organization

Eschatology

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Issues the Early Church Faced

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Montanus of Carthage

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Gnosticism

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