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Manufacturer Maier, Paul L.

Eusebius: The Church History

Full Color Edition with photographs and maps
Translation and Commentary by Paul L. Maier
The fascinating story of the early Christians by the church's first historian
Eusebius of Caesarea (c. A.D. 260-339) wrote ten books that preserve the early history of the brave martyrs, the dauntless defenders of the faith, and even those who renounced their faith in the face of persecution. For decades, however, his crucial work has been shackled to stilted and outdated translations that obscured the rich legacy of the early Church.
Renowned historian Dr. Paul L. Maier has created a new dynamic, contemporary English translation that remains faithful to the original Greek text but liberates Eusebius's work from its literary chains, creating an accessible resource for anyone, lay or professional, who is interested in the early history of Christianity.
Eusebius provides answers to questions such as:
- What happened to Jesus' disciples later in life?
- When were the Gospels written, who wrote them, and where?
- Did Peter ever get to Rome?
- Where did John spend the rest of his life?
- Did Nero condemn Paul in Rome or set him free?
- How did the New Testament canon develop?
- Why and how were the early Christians persecuted?
With more than 150 full-color photographs, maps, and illustrations; an insightful introduction to Eusebius and his works; commentaries on the significant historical developments in each book; and four exhaustive indexes listing persons, places, and subjects cited, as well as photographs and illustrative material, this new edition is the standard source for any reader wanting to know both the triumphs and tragedies of the early faith.
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