The resurrection of the bodyThe resurrection of the body is probably the most debated teaching in the Bible. During Christ’s time, there were those who did not believe in the resurrection, spirits or angels. Jesus made many arguments for the resurrection of the dead which were later expounded upon by the Apostles. The Apostles clearly taught that believers will... Read more »
Saint Athanasius of AlexandriaSaint Athanasius of Alexandria was born in c. 296 A.D. and died in 373 A.D. He was called a “Doctor of the Church” and is considered one of the greatest theologians in the Christian faith. His christological teaching helped to form our understanding of the trinity we hold today. He was from Alexandria in Egypt.... Read more »
Saint Ignatius of AntiochSaint Ignatius of Antioch was a great Christian and early church father that wrote several letters that are referenced by Christians today. He was killed by the Roman government because he did not worship the Roman Emperor or the Roman gods. Saint Ignatius’s birth day is unknown. He was born somewhere around 40 A.D.. Antioch... Read more »
The Reformation Wall Monument in Geneva SwitzerlandReformation Wall (Mur des R√©formateurs) is the international monument to the Reformation the great leaders of the Christian Reformation. The monument is located in Geneva Switzerland. The monument also includes important events and documents that changed the world as we know it today. The monument was built in 1909 for John Calvin’s 400th birthday. Built... Read more »