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Early Christianity & the Greco-Roman World - Part 14 of 15: Problems of the New Christian Order
Dr. John Rao
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  There were many other problems that the emerging Christian order had to face besides Arianism. In this talk, Dr. Rao discusses three of these of importance in the western part of the Empire---Donatism, Priscillianism and Pelagianism---and one revealing the kind of Church-State struggles which would follow the final condemnation of Arianism---the difficulties faced by St. John Chrysostom, Patriarch of Constantinople. Taken from the series: "Early Christianity & the Greco-Roman World 27 B.C. - Early 400’s A.D. - 2005 VonHildebrand Institute"



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