EUSEBIUS OF CAESAREA (PERSON). Late 3d/early 4th-century Christian historian, biblical scholar, and theologian; the “Father of Church History.” Born ca. a.d. 260, he was bishop of Caesarea, the administrative capital of Roman Palestine, from ca. 313 until his death, May 30, 339. Regarded by his contemporaries
Eusebius (Gk. Eusébios)Bishop of Caesarea and “Father of Church History” (ca. 260–ca. 339 c.e.). Eusebius was born in Palestine and spent the majority of his life there. As a young man he became a student of Pamphilius, a well-known Christian teacher; he adopted the name Eusebius of Pamphilius after
Eusebius [ū sēˊbĭ əs] (Gk. Eusebios).* Eusebius of Caesarea (ca. A.D. 260–340), bishop of Caesarea and prolific historian, biblical scholar, and Christian apologist. Educated in the Alexandrian tradition by the presbyter Pamphilus (hence his designation also as Eusebius Pamphilii), his text-critical
Eusebius (c. 260–c. 340), Bp. of *Caesarea, the ‘Father of Church History’. He was a pupil of the scholar and martyr *Pamphilus, who trained him in the tradition of *Origen and imbued him with a hatred of *Sabellianism which remained with him all his life. After Pamphilus’ death (310), he fled from
Eusebius. Eusebius (ca. 260–340) was bishop of Caesarea and the “father of church history.” His Ecclesiastical History is the principal source of information from the apostolic period to the fourth century. It contains an immense amount of material on the Eastern church, though little about the West.
Eusebius of Caesarea (c. 263–c. 340)Born at Caesarea Philippi, where *Origen had founded his famous school a generation before, Eusebius received a first-class Christian education under the presbyter Pamphilus, who was martyred in 310. Eusebius escaped the same fate by fleeing the city, but in 313 he
Eusebius of Caesarea(also called Pamphili) (260?–340?), Christian theologian and historian. The most learned man of his age, Eusebius of Caesarea was the first major historian of the Christian church. The writing of church history had been difficult before the settled conditions of the 4th century.
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Eusebius of Cæsarea (265–340).—Writer and ecclesiastical historian. He was a disciple of the learned priest and martyr St. Pamphylus of Cæsarea. About the year 314, he was made Bishop of Cæsarea. He attended the Council of Nice, and, not without some hesitation, however, subscribed to the Nicene Creed.
Eusebius of Caesarea (ca. 263–ca. 340). Prolific author of the fourth century known especially for his Ecclesiastical History, which has gained for him the title of father of church history. He was born in Caesarea, where he was a disciple of ⇒Pamphilus of Caesarea. His admiration for that teacher was
Eusebius of CaesareaEusebius of Caesarea (c. 260–c. 339) was effectively court theologian to the emperor Constantine, and has become best known today for his Ecclesiastical History. He may have had more in common with Arius than some appear to realize, but he played a major role in the Council of Nicaea
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Eusebius of Caesarea (c. 260–c. 340). Known as the father of church history, Eusebius is best known for his Ecclesiastical History, which is the main source for information on Christian history down to the mid-fourth century. Eusebius served as bishop of Caesarea and was an active participant in the