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Did the “Early Church Fathers” Keep the Feasts?

Published by Rob Skiba April 5, 2015 at 2:07 PM Easter has nothing whatsoever to do with the Resurrection Day of our Savior. Please note that neither He, nor any of His disciples ate ham either. Just some “food for thought.” Likewise, please consider what Eusebius wrote. Eusebius was a Roman historian and Christian apologist who lived sometime between 260 and 340AD. He is generally... read more

“Church Fathers” and the Closing Words of Scripture

Published by Rob Skiba December 30, 2014 at 5:47 AM People love to quote the “early Church Fathers” all the time. Unfortunately, the ones they are choosing to quote are really more like “early Church Children, Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren” and even rebellious step children. The true  “early Church Fathers” are the authors of the New Testament! Yes, they... read more

Historical facts about X-mess and the Church

December 23, 2014 at 1:11 PM The following compilation of historical facts are taken from: http://www.biblestudying.net/churchhistory5.html and are provided here for your consideration:It is a historical fact, that for 200 years after Christ the church did not celebrate Christ’s birthday or any holiday on December 25. And it wasn’t until sometime in the middle of the 300’s AD that most of the... read more

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