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History of the Church of Christ: Century III

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In this meticulously researched and well-written volume, author Joseph Milner provides a comprehensive overview of the history of the Church of Christ in the third century. Milner delves into the key events, figures, and theological developments that shaped the church during this turbulent period.

One of the strengths of Milner's book is his attention to detail and thoroughness in his research. He draws on a wide range of primary and secondary sources to provide a nuanced and well-rounded perspective on the various issues facing the church at the time. This comprehensive approach ensures that readers come away with a deeper understanding of the challenges and triumphs of the early Christian community.

Additionally, Milner's writing style is engaging and accessible, making this book a valuable resource for both scholars and general readers interested in the history of the early church. His clear explanations of complex theological ideas and historical events help to make the material more digestible for a wide audience.

Overall, History of the Church of Christ: Century III is a thorough and insightful exploration of a pivotal period in the history of Christianity. Milner's meticulous research and engaging writing style make this book a valuable addition to the library of anyone interested in the early church.

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It is certain, that from our Saviour's time to the present, there have ever been persons whose dispositions and lives have been formed by the rules of the New Testament; men who have been real, not merely nominal Christians, who believed the doctrines of the gospel, loved them because of their divine excellency, and suffered gladly the loss of all things, that they might win Christ, and be found in him. It is the history of these men which I propose to write. It is of no consequence with respect to my plan, nor of much importance I believe in its own nature, to what external church they belonged. I intend not to enter with any nicety into an account of their rites and ceremonies, or forms of church government, much less into their secular history. Even religious controversies shall be omitted, except those which seem to bear a relation to the essence of Christ's religion, and of which the history of his real church seems to require some account. Let not the reader expect, that the actions of great men will be exhibited to his notice. Nothing but what belongs to Christ's kingdom shall be admitted, and genuine piety is that alone which I intend to celebrate. - Summary by Introduction

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