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  • The [[#Apostolic fathers | Apostolic Fathers]] are prominent early Christian writers who are traditionally understood to have met and learned from Jesus 'personal disciples.

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  • The [[#Apostolic fathers | Apostolic Fathers]] are prominent early Christian writers who are traditionally understood to have met and learned from Jesus 'personal disciples.

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  • The term Apostolic, however, was commonly used to qualify Churches, persons, writings, etc. from the early second century, when St. Ignatius, in the exordium of his

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  • When we consider the load almost too much to bear, when we see the collapse of the world about us into iniquity unthinkable even fifty years ago, fear not, for, as in Apostolic times, God's truth will prevail.

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  • The word Apostolic becomes frequent enough from the end of this century on, in such expressions as an "Apostolic man", an

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  • In a variant manuscript of an early Syriac document known as The Apostolic Constitutions, this individual is also designated "Judas the Zealot" -- thereby completing the circle of all these inter-related terminologies which seem to have been coursing through so many of the early documents in this period.

    Robert Eisenman: Redemonizing Judas: Gospel Fiction or Gospel Truth?

  • Medieval heretics formerly called the Apostolic Congregation, founded by a peasant named Segarelli, who tried to join the Franciscan order and was rejected.

    The Dolcinists: Condemned Greed, Gave Equal Rights to Women

  • Tertullian sometimes uses the expression Apostolic Churches (De

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  • In a variant manuscript of an early Syriac document, known as The Apostolic Constitutions, alluded to above too, this individual is also designated "Judas the Zealot" - thereby completing the circle of all these inter-related terminologies which seem to have been coursing through so many of these early documents in this period.

    Robert Eisenman: Gospel Fiction and the Redemonization of Judas

  • That sect, known as the Apostolic Congress, opposes any deal with the Palestinians because it believes that Christ won't return to Earth until all of Israel belongs to the Jews and Solomon's temple is rebuilt.

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