The History of the Church from Christ to Constantine - Chapter 3, Vespasian to Trajan Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 3, Vespasian to Trajan Summary and Analysis

Various apostles are scattered throughout the world, Thomas for Parthia, Andrew for Scythia, John for Asia, and so on. Peter ended his days in Rome, as did Paul. The Bishop of Rome following Paul and Peter was Linus. Paul mentions him. Eusebius claims that only Peter's first epistle is undoubtedly genuine, but the second is noncanoncial. But the Acts and the Gospel are reliable. This observation begins Eusebius's discussion of which texts are canonical. Paul wrote fourteen epistles, although some rejected Hebrews, due to the testimony of the Roman Church. Paul's preaching to the Gentiles laid the foundations for the churches outside Jerusalem. Luke was Paul's companion during this time and wrote both the Gospel of Luke and the Book of Acts. Paul often referred to Luke. Linus also accompanied Paul. Clement was Bishop of...

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