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Broadbent married Dora Holiday in Bradford inand together they had eight children.
Amidst the confusion of conflicting parties there were true teachers, able and eloquent in directing souls in the way of salvation. Manichaeism assails alike the teaching of Scripture and the testimony of Nature that God is the Creator of all things.
It is a mark of the power of the revelation of Christ contained in the Scriptures, that even when Pagan idolatry and superstition had succeeded in gaining possession of the Catholic churches, there were to be found in them, then as now, great numbers of believers, whose hope of salvation was churcb Christ and whose lives were pious and godly. This second period of the history of some of the churches, beginning with Constantine’s edict of toleration inis [ Page e.h.boadbent The Jews of the Diaspora  developed hhe zeal in making e.h.broadebnt true God pilgriim among the heathen, and large numbers were converted to God through their testimony.
In the fourth century the hermit Anthony in Egypt became celebrated for his solitary life, and many, stirred to emulate his piety, established themselves near to him, imitating his manner of living, and he was persuaded to lay down a rule of life for them. The profession of Christianity was favoured.
To the newly-founded church of the Thessalonians it was said, “from you sounded out the word of the Lord” 1 Thess. Plymouth Brethren missionary and author — Such companies as those called Paulicians and other names, denounced the prevailing idolatry, and this was one of the chief reasons for the bitter persecution they suffered. The discovery of the “Key of Truth” raises the hope that other documents illustrating the faith and teaching of the brethren may yet be found.
Constantine Silvanus] to preaching the Gospel,  men of Apostolic spirit, strong, patient, humble-minded and of an undaunted courage. The Roman Empire was gradually drawn into an attack on the churches; an attack in which eventually its whole power and e.h.broabent were put forth to crush and destroy them.
British Missions] Scottish monks preached in England and among the heathen on the Continent. It has in itself the character of completeness, presenting, not the rudimentary beginning of a new era which requires constant modification and addition to meet the needs of changing times, but a revelation suited to all men in all times. It is noticeable that in the Scriptures this method is not used.
Origen saw the Church as consisting of e.h.briadbent those who have experienced in their lives the power of the eternal Gospel. The Church of Christ has been subjected not only to the violence of outward persecution and the seductions e.h.bgoadbent earthly power, but also to the assaults of false doctrines. He made Kibossa in Armenia his dwelling place, and from there as a centre he worked among the various peoples round about for some thirty years, many being converted, both from among the Catholics and the heathen.
The Gospel had spread northward from Antioch in its earliest days. It is invincible to attacks from without. About the beginning of the sixth century, Benedict of Nursia, in Italy, gave a great impetus to this movement, and his rule of life for the monastic bodies prevailed beyond all others.
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The following period of nearly two hundred years shows that the union of the Church and the State, even when the powers of the mightiest Empire are put into the Church’s hands, do not enable her to save the State from destruction, for, in abandoning the position which her very name implies, of being “called out” of the world, and of separation to Christ, she loses the power that comes from subjection to her Lord, exchanging it for an earthly authority that is fatal to herself.
Origen and Cyprian] He wrote to his father in prison, encouraging him to constancy. They pass their days on earth, but they are citizens of heaven. He taught that men are not affected by Adam’s transgression, unless it be by his example; that Adam must have died even if he had not sinned; that there is no original sin, and that the actions of every man are in accordance with his own choice.
Derogatory reports published afterwards by Jerome appear to have had their origin less in matters of fact than in the heat of controversy. Events in the history of the churches in the time of the apostles have been selected and recorded in the Book of Acts in such a way as to provide a permanent pattern for the churches.
In every stage of history there have been groups of sincere, seeking souls who separated themselves from the world and the religious establishment and sought only to serve God and live like Jesus. It is hoped and expected that the frequent quotations from and references to the works of several authors will lead the readers of this volume to turn to the books from which so much has been derived, and thus come to share more fully in the fruits of the patient labours and able expositions of their authors.
Jesus Christ cannot be made known to us better than He is in the four Gospels, nor can the consequences or doctrines, which flow from the facts of His death and resurrection be more truly taught than they are in the Epistles. In Carthage, [ Page One of the last of those who had personally known any of the Apostles was Polycarp, bishop of Smyrna, who was put to death in that city in the year As the organisation of the Catholic group of churches developed there were formed within it circles which aimed at reform.
It is sometimes supposed that Scripture is not sufficient for the guidance of the churches without the addition of, at least, early tradition, on the ground that it was by the early Church councils that the canon of Scripture was fixed.
His soul was exercised as he faced the great problems of evil in the world, of the difference between the revelation of God in the Old Testament and chufch contained in the New, of the opposition e.h.brooadbent wrath and judgement on the one hand to love and mercy on the other, and vhurch Law to Gospel. Eighteen Italian bishops refused submission to the Imperial decree, one of whom, Julian, Bishop of Eclanum, contended with Augustine with ability and unusual moderation, pointing out that the use of force and the change of mind of a Pope are not the right weapons with which to deal with matters of doctrine.
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Waldenses and Albigenses Pressed by the Mongol hordes from the East, and attracted by the wealth and weakness of the Empire, Goths divided into Eastern and Western under the names of Ostrogoths and Visigoths and [ Page This salvation is not a magical event brought about by some sacrament, but a spiritual act.
This was the first instance of the execution of Christians by the Church, an example to be followed afterwards with such terrible frequency. There remained, however, through all these times one thing capable of bringing about restoration.
A native of Numidia, he describes his early surroundings, thoughts, and impressions. E.h.broasbent Apostles Barnabas and Paul, and many others, had preached and founded churches throughout Asia Minor. Interwoven with these, inseparable from them, is the History of Israelwhich is therefore itself one of universal value. Insensibly the meetings of the disciples of the Lord, in simple houses and rooms, changed to the gathering of all, willing or unwilling, believers cchurch not, in consecrated buildings dedicated to the Virgin or one of the saints, filled with images, pictures, and relics, which became objects of worship.
The whole was enclosed by a wall, but the colony often spread beyond the original enclosure.
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But when the appointed time had come, “He Himself took on Him the burden of our iniquities, He gave His own Son e.h.broaddbent a ransom for us, the Holy One for transgressors, the blameless One for the wicked, the righteous One for the unrighteous, the incorruptible One for the corruptible, the immortal One for them that are mortal. The first preaching of the Gospel was by Jews and to Jews, and in it frequent use was made of the synagogues.
Asceticism he regarded not as a chief thing in itself, but as a help towards that entire union of the whole person with God or Christ, from which the body cannot be excepted, because of its being the habitation of the Spirit. In later times tthe churches which, faithful to the Word of God, were persecuted by the dominant Church as heretics and sects, frequently refer in their writings to their entire dissent from churchh union of Church and State in the time of Constantine and of Sylvester, then bishop in Rome.