On this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History we are going to be revisiting our deserted island, and we have another special guest with us. This special guest actually lives on an island, of sorts. It's a rather large island, this of course is the UK. And we have with us Dr. Michael Reeves.
Now this title might stump you a little bit: “The Fourteenthers.” What could this possibly be about? Well this actually refers to a rather significant debate in the early church. The Latin here is quarto decimani, and we just turn that into English as “the fourteenthers.” I’m not sure that’s an English word, and I’m
On this episode of 5 Minutes in Church History we’re going to Italy. We’re going to Florence in fact, and we’ll look at the pre-Reformer Savonarola. Savonarola was born around 1452 and died in 1498. This is on the eve of the Reformation and though he did not live a long life, he certainly left
On this episode we’re going to be looking at my five favorite church historians. The first on my list likely should be on anyone’s list. This is Eusebius. Eusebius is an early church father. His dates are 263-339. He’s credited in many ways as the founder, or the father of church history and that is