Eusebius (b. 265 – d. 339/340 CE; aka Eusebius of Caesarea and Eusebius Pamphili) was Bishop of Caesarea and the personal historian of Roman Emperor Constantine the Great. In his Church History, Eusebius wrote the first surviving history of the Christian Church as a chronologically-ordered account, based on earlier sources, complete from the period of the Apostles to his own time.1 Many questions have been raised about his agenda, since he was the emperor’s personal historian and a bishop, and the accuracy of the information. But, the sources he used often provided information that should not be ignored. Read complete blog at -- http://fromonejesus.blogspot.com/2015/01/yeshua-jacob-and-simeon.html
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