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A Hammer Struck at Heresy | Christian History Institute
What exactly happened at the famous Council of Nicea, when the Roman emperor convened some 250 quarreling Christian bishops? From Christian History magazine.
Primary Sources | Christian History Institute
What type of history do the four Evangelists tell, and what does it reveal about Jesus? From Christian History magazine.
Historic Premillennialism: Taking the Long View | Christian History Institute
Most early Christian thinkers weren’t troubled by the delay of Jesus’ return. They were troubled by those who thought he was coming soon. From Christian History magazine.
Christ Preaches to Prisoners in Afterworlds
Account of Jesus who preached in the underworld. From Captive Faith, a production of Christian History Institute.
Sixth Ecumenical Council (681) : Christian History Institute
The Sixth Ecumenical Council, with input from Pope Agatho, defined the church's official teaching on the nature and person of Jesus Christ.
Who is Jesus Video
The secular world presents a ton of confusing messages about who Jesus really is. We've created this mini DVD, an enactment from the Gospel of Matthew, as an innovative evangelistic presentation. In addition to the video, you'll find a relevant commentary that will help to answer those tough questions. It's perfect to share with friends or use in an outreach. Run time approximately 20 minutes.
Seated - a Christian perspective
When we believe in Jesus, we don't just receive forgiveness of sins--we are raised up with Jesus to share in his place of honor.
12. Athanasius. (ca. 296–373). : Christian History Institute
Christian History Institute looks at a provocative quote by the ablest champion of Christ's divinity--the Alexandrian theologian and bishop, Athanasius. This is number 12 in the In Context series.
Christ in the Bible: Matthew 16:16
Peter professes his belief that Jesus is, in fact, the Christ--the Messiah promised hundreds of years earlier to the Israelites. As the long-awaited Christ, Jesus fulfilled countless prophesies and delivered his people from their spiritual bondage.
"Gospel" in the Bible: Romans 1:16
From one perspective, the Gospel is a story you might expect to be ashamed of: it's about Jesus meeting apparent defeat at the hands of his enemies, and returning to heaven without conquering them or establishing a physical kingdom on earth. But this passage describes the Gospel as the power of God Himself, and there is no shame in spreading the news of the amazing, if unexpected, power that God demonstrated through Jesus Christ.