Ignatius: Docetism and Other Christological Heresies
Ignatius: Docetism and Other Christological Heresies
1 John 4:13
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Wednesday Evening Service,  June 9, 2010

On route to his looming martyrdom, Ignatius uses highly metaphorical language to urge his recipients to adhere to orthodox teaching as represented by their overseers (bishops). As he attacks the early heresy docetism, we are reminded of other heresies concerning Christ that developed in the early centuries after the apostles and their writings in the New Testament.

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