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  • Early Church Fathers such as St. Justin Martyr and Tertullian, following a text then popular, the Book of Enoch, understand these sons of God to be fallen angels whose congress with human women produced a race of giants.

    Why Christians Should Go Ahead and Be Pagan

  • And Tatian was a student of the great Justin Martyr – a philosopher converted to Christianity in Samaria.

    Blind Faith?

  • Early Church Fathers such as St. Justin Martyr and Tertullian, following a text then popular, the Book of Enoch, understand these sons of God to be fallen angels whose congress with human women produced a race of giants.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Early Church Fathers such as St. Justin Martyr and Tertullian, following a text then popular, the Book of Enoch, understand these sons of God to be fallen angels whose congress with human women produced a race of giants.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • Early Church Fathers such as St. Justin Martyr and Tertullian, following a text then popular, the Book of Enoch, understand these sons of God to be fallen angels whose congress with human women produced a race of giants.

    Why Christians Should Go Ahead and Be Pagan

  • You are now always and only Justin Martyr to us, the perfect Philosopher Spy.

    You Think He Would Have Asked About This Ahead Of Time!

  • Do I use the whole saint's name (Justin Martyr) or only his Christian name (Justin)?

    You Think He Would Have Asked About This Ahead Of Time!

  • St. Justin Martyr took it further and suggested that the Nephilim, children of these angels, were demons, who St. Justin identified with the Greco-Roman pantheon.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • St. Justin Martyr took it further and suggested that the Nephilim, children of these angels, were demons, who St. Justin identified with the Greco-Roman pantheon.

    Genesis 6.1-4

  • As for Christianity and Mithraism, both Justin Martyr and Tertullian were so struck by the similarities that they blamed the devil for plagiarizing Christianity and introducing Christian concepts into Mithraism.

    Carry-Over Thread

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