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Eusebius
Examines the accuracy of Eusebius' accounts of church history.
# 68493 | 1,438 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2006 | US


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Description:

Church history is a riveting topic that has been debated for centuries. There has been a great deal of discussion concerning the accuracy of certain accounts and their validity. Among the most controversial accounts of church history is that of Eusebius. This paper analyzes whether Eusebius's account of the history of the church is reliable or not.

Paper Outline:
Introduction
Eusebius and Church History
Accuracy of Eusebius' Accounts
Issues that Lead some to Believe that his Accounts were Inaccurate
Conclusion
Works Cited

From the Paper:

"The other designation was derived from the fact that Eusebius was a friend of Pamphilus, who was a martyr and a presbyter of Caesarea (Schaff and Wace). Most historians believe that Eusebius was well educated in the areas of biblical science, theological science, and secular philosophy (Schaff and Wace). Historians also believe that his methods of study were greatly influenced by his instructors. One such instructor was Pamphilus who in all probability encouraged a young Eusebius to read the works of many great philosophers."

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