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* Justin Martyr wrote in an apologetic to Typhro the Jew: " If you want proof that the Spirit of God, who was with your people and left you to come to us, come into our assemblies and there you will see Him cast out demons, heal the sick, and hear Him speak in tongues and prophesy ".
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Justin Martyr ( c. 100 – 165 AD ) who was acquainted with Polycarp, who had been mentored by John, makes a possible allusion to this book, and credits John as the source.
Eschatology is an ancient branch of study in Christian theology, presumably starting with the Olivet discourse, The Sheep and the Goats, and other discourses of end times by Jesus, with the doctrine of the Second Coming of Christ first touched on by Paul of Tarsus and Ignatius of Antioch ( c. 35 – 107 AD ), then given more consideration by the Christian apologist, Justin Martyr ( c. 100 – 165 ).
According to Christian theologian Alister McGrath, the Jewish Christians affirmed every aspect of then contemporary Second Temple Judaism with the addition of the belief that Jesus was the messiah, with Isaiah 49: 6, " an explicit parallel to 42: 6 " quoted by Paul in Acts 13: 47 and reinterpreted by Justin the Martyr.
The idea of Demiurge was, however, addressed before Plotinus in the works of Christian writer Justin Martyr who built his understanding of the Demiurge on the works of Numenius.
Tatian was an Assyrian who was a pupil of Justin Martyr in Rome, where, Justin says, the apomnemoneumata ( recollections or memoirs ) of the Apostles, the gospels, were read every Sunday.
It is the term by which the rite is referred to by the Didache ( late 1st or early 2nd century ), Ignatius of Antioch ( who died between 98 and 117 ) and Justin Martyr ( writing between 147 and 167 ).
35 or 50-between 98 and 117 ), one of the Apostolic Fathers, mentions the Eucharist as " the flesh of our Saviour Jesus Christ ", and Justin Martyr speaks of it as more than a meal: " the food over which the prayer of thanksgiving, the word received from Christ, has been said ... is the flesh and blood of this Jesus who became flesh ... and the deacons carry some to those who are absent.
The famed apologist St. Justin Martyr ( c. 150 ) wrote: " No one else is permitted to partake of it, except one who believes our teaching to be true ...." For the first several hundred years, non-members were forbidden even to be present at the sacramental ritual ; visitors and catechumens ( those still undergoing instruction ) were dismissed halfway through the Liturgy, after the Bible readings and sermon but before the Eucharistic rite.
In spite of the compression due to its form, this work was up to that time probably the ablest defense, based on external evidence, of the Johannine authorship, and certainly the most complete treatment of the relation of Justin Martyr to this gospel.
The work is reflected in the Didache, the Gnostic writings of Basilides and Valentinus, the apologetics of the Church Father Justin Martyr, and was used by Marcion.
Since the middle of the 2nd century writings of Justin Martyr use language very similar to that found in the Gospel of John, the Gospel is considered to have been in existence at least at that time.
Justin Martyr ( c. 155 ) in 1 Apology 66 wrote: "... the apostles, in the memoirs composed by them, which are called Gospels ".
Notable early Fathers include Ignatius of Antioch, Polycarp, Justin Martyr, Irenaeus of Lyons, Tertullian, Clement of Alexandria, and Origen of Alexandria.
Justin Martyr, in the early 2nd century, mentions the " memoirs of the apostles ", which Christians called " gospels " and which were regarded as on par with the Old Testament, which was written in narrative form where " in the biblical story God is the protagonist, Satan ( or evil people / powers ) are the antagonists, and God ’ s people are the agonists ".
In the 3rd century, Origen of Alexandria was the first ancient writer to have a comprehensive reference to Josephus, although some other authors had made smaller, general references to Josephus before then, e. g. Justin Martyr and Irenaeus in the second century, followed by Clement.
Justin Martyr, also known as just Saint Justin ( AD 100 – ca. 165 ), was an early Christian apologist, and is regarded as the foremost interpreter of the theory of the Logos in the 2nd century.
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Irenaeus, wrote of 2nd century believers with the gift of prophecy, while Justin Martyr argued in his Dialogue with Trypho that prophets were not found among the Jews in his time, but that the church had prophets.
By the mid-2nd century, Justin Martyr, who attended worship on the first day, wrote about the cessation of Sabbath observance and stated that Sabbath was enjoined as a temporary sign to Israel because of Israel's sinfulness, no longer needed after Christ came without sin.
Justin wrote that nearly all the Samaritans in his time were adherents of a certain Simon of Gitta, a village not far from Flavia Neapolis.
In about 150, Justin Martyr wrote of the Eucharist: " Not as common bread and common drink do we receive these ; but in like manner as Jesus Christ our Savior, having been made flesh by the Word of God, had both flesh and blood for our salvation, so likewise have we been taught that the food which is blessed by the prayer of His word, and from which our blood and flesh by transmutation are nourished, is the flesh and blood of that Jesus who was made flesh.
Justin Martyr wrote, in Dialogue with Trypho, ch 70: " Now it is evident, that in this prophecy to the bread which our Christ gave us to eat, in remembrance of His being made flesh for the sake of His believers, for whom also He suffered ; and to the cup which He gave us to drink, in remembrance of His own blood, with giving of thanks.
Justin Martyr wrote: " the first day after the Sabbath, remaining the first of all the days, is called, however, the eighth, according to the number of all the days of the cycle, and remains the first ".
The cycle of seven days, named after the sun, the moon, and the five planets visible to the naked eye, was already customary in the time of Justin Martyr, who wrote of the Christians meeting on the Day of the Sun ( Sunday ).
" Justin Martyr, a philosophical defender of Christianity who wrote around 160 AD claimed that the myth of Asclepius foreshadowed rather than served as a source for claims of Jesus's healing powers.
* The Roman historian Justin wrote an epitome of the Historiae Philippicae written by Gnaeus Pompeius Trogus, in 44 books.
In fact, full communion is seen as an essential condition for sharing together in the Eucharist, apart from exceptional circumstances, in line with the second-century practice witnessed to by Saint Justin Martyr, who, in his First Apology, wrote: " No one is allowed to partake ( of the Eucharist ) but the man who believes that the things which we teach are true, and who has been washed with the washing that is for the remission of sins, and unto regeneration, and who is so living as Christ has enjoined.
During this time, Justin Hayward and John Lodge wrote and sang on most of the songs as the band came under pressure from their new record company, PolyGram Records, to promote those it deemed to be the two more commercial-looking and-sounding members.
A week later at a service in Toronto, Baptist evangelist Justin Peters, who wrote his Masters in Divinity thesis on Benny Hinn and has attended numerous Hinn crusades since 2000 as part of his research for his thesis and for a seminar he developed about the Word of Faith movement entitled A Call for Discernment, also demonstrated to the hidden cameras that " people who look like me "— Peters has cerebral palsy, walks with arm-crutches, and is obviously and visibly disabled —" are never allowed on stage [...] it's always somebody who has some disability or disease that cannot be readily seen.
Justin Searls of Nintendojo wrote that Super Mario Land continued the brilliance of its predecessor and gave it a 9 out of 10.
Justin wrote an epitome of Trogus ' lost work, and in the manuscripts of Justin's work a series of prologi or summaries of the books by an unknown hand has been preserved.
) mentions his catechism, in which he established the teaching of the consubstantial Trinity, saying that he wrote it in 568, under Justin II, and that it was afterwards attacked by the impious Philoponus.
He wrote the book and lyrics ( with Justin Greene ) and composed the score for Spend Spend Spend, which chronicled Viv Nicholson's rise and fall after winning a fortune in the football pools in the early 1960s.
The emperor Justin wrote to the pope a fortnight after the scene of the acclamations, begging him to further the desires of the patriarch John for the reunion of the churches.
Late in 1613, Galileo's former student Benedetto Castelli, a Benedictine monk, wrote to Galileo about the events at a recent dinner with the Grand Duke Cosimo II de ' Medici, he then wrote a letter to Justin the German Artist.
" Earle has championed the songwriter on a number of occasions: his eldest son, Justin Townes Earle, also a musician, is named after Van Zandt ; Earle wrote the song " Fort Worth Blues " as a tribute to the singer in the late 1990s, and in 2009 released an album titled Townes, which featured all covers of Van Zandt songs.
Entertainment Weekly film critic Owen Gleiberman wrote in his review, " How bad is From Justin to Kelly?
Justin the Martyr wrote, " And that these things did happen, you can ascertain from the Acts of Pontius Pilate.