#297 – A History of the Catholic Church – The Two Ways

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As the Church approaches the end of the First Century, Christians in Alexandria, Antioch, and Rome continue to develop their faith both in light of the growing Gentile membership as well as in response to the continuing reality of sin.

Links:

Image of Saint Ignatius of Antioch

Map of Christian communities at the end of the First Century

Map of Osroene/Edessa

Sources for Roman Church:
First Letter of Clement
The Shepherd of Hermas

Sources for Alexandrine Church:
The Epistle of Barnabas

Sources for Antiochine Church:
Epistles of Saint Ignatius of Antioch
Epistle of Polycarp
Martyrdom of Polycarp

Sources for Church outside Roman Empire
Odes of Solomon

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