Taylor Marshall Catholic Show
About This Show
Do you have a life full of Christian joy? Jesus said, “I have told you this so that my joy may be in you and that your joy may be complete.” Join us every week as Dr. Taylor Marshall provides tips and lessons on how to have a life full of meaning, hope, and encouragement through the message of Our Lord Jesus Christ. Dr. Marshall draws from the Bible, the Church Fathers, and Medieval Philosophy to provide a podcast that is full of energy and information. He blogs at www.TaylorMarshall.com.
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123: Heretic Arius and Deity of Christ (PLUS his death on toilet) [Podcast]
Please join Dr. Taylor Marshall as examines the historical person Arius – the founder of the Arian heresy as a denial of the full divinity of Jesus Christ. Learn the historical background and personalities leading up to the Council of Nicea in 325 as it relates to Constantine, Egypt, and Antioch. Dr. Marshall also explains the peculiar death of Arius in a public restroom. Join his for this fascinating episode in Catholic history:
123: Heretic Arius and Deity of Christ (PLUS his death on toilet)d [Podcast]
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Date published: 2016-02-11