S0ME OF THE THINGS YOU WILL  LEARN

  1. Why  an understanding of Luke chapter 9 and 10 are so important
    What happened to the Apostles?
    3.  What happened to the 70 Disciples?
    4.  What is the deeper meaning of Romans chapter 16?
    5. Christianity spread quickly after the resurrection -how?
    6. What was the Eastern Orthodox church.
    7? Who were  the Apostolic Fathers?
    8. What was Roman Paganism
    9. The reasons Rome went to war with the Jews in 70AD

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Apostolic era

 

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Five ancient patriarchates of the Pentarchy, headed by patriarchs as the highest-ranking bishops in the Christian Church prior to the Great Schism, were the patriarchates of RomeConstantinopleAlexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem.

Apostolic era (33-100)

Main article: Timeline of Church History (Apostolic Era (33-100))

 

The record by Pseudo-Hippolytus[edit]

The 70 disciples of Jesus in Luke 10

Hippolytus of Rome was a disciple of Irenaeus, a disciple of Polycarp, a disciple of Apostle John. Hippolytus’s works were considered lost prior to their discovery at a monastery on Mount Athos in 1854.[6] While his major work The Refutation of All Heresies was readily accepted (once the false attribution to Origen was resolved), his two small works, On the Twelve Apostles of Christ and On the Seventy Apostles of Christ, are still regarded as dubious, put in the appendix of his works in the voluminous collection of the writings of early church fathers.[7] Here is the complete text of Pseudo-Hippolytus‘s On the Seventy Apostles of Christ:

  1. James the Lord’s brother, bishop of Jerusalem
  2. Cleopas, bishop of Jerusalem
  3. Matthias, who supplied the vacant place in the number of the twelve apostles
  4. Thaddeus, who conveyed the epistle to Augarus (Abgar V)
  5. Ananias, who baptized Paul, and was bishop of Damascus
  6. Stephen, the first martyr
  7. Philip, who baptized the Ethiopian eunuch
  8. Prochorus, bishop of Nicomedia, who also was the first that departed, 11 believing together with his daughters
  9. Nicanordied when Stephen was martyred
  10. Timon, bishop of Bostra
  11. Parmenas, bishop of Soli.[a]
  12. Nicolaus, bishop of Samaria
  13. Barnabas, bishop of Milan
  14. Mark the Evangelist, bishop of Alexandria
  15. Luke the Evangelist

These two belonged to the seventy disciples who were scattered by the offence of the word which Christ spoke, “Except a man eat my flesh, and drink my blood, he is not worthy of me.” But the one being induced to return to the Lord by Peter’s instrumentality, and the other by Paul’s, they were honored to preach that Gospel on account of which they also suffered martyrdom, the one being burned, and the other being crucified on an olive tree.

  1. Silas, bishop of Corinth
  2. Silvanus, bishop of Thessalonica
  3. Crisces (Crescens), bishop of Carchedon in Gaul
  4. Epænetus, bishop of Carthage
  5. Andronicus, bishop of Pannonia
  6. Amplias, bishop of Odyssus
  7. Urban, bishop of Macedonia
  8. Stachys, bishop of Byzantium
  9. Barnabas, bishop of Heraclea
  10. Phygellus, bishop of Ephesus. He was of the party also of Simon
  11. He, too, was of the same mind with the former
  12. Demas, who also became a priest of idols
  13. Apelles, bishop of Smyrna
  14. Aristobulus, bishop of Britain
  15. Narcissus, bishop of Athens
  16. Herodion, bishop of Tarsus
  17. Agabusthe prophet
  18. Rufus, bishop of Thebes
  19. Asyncritus, bishop of Hyrcania
  20. Phlegon, bishop of Marathon
  21. Hermes, bishop of Dalmatia
  22. Patrobulus, bishop of Puteoli
  23. Hermas, bishop of Philippopolis (Thrace)
  24. Linusbishop of Rome
  25. Caius, bishop of Ephesus
  26. Philologus, bishop of Sinope
  27. and 43. Olympusand Rhodion were martyred in Rome
  28. Lucius, bishop of Laodicea in Syria
  29. Jason, bishop of Tarsus
  30. Sosipater, bishop of Iconium
  31. Tertius, bishop of Iconium
  32. Erastus, bishop of Panellas
  33. Quartus, bishop of Berytus
  34. Apollos, bishop of Cæsarea
  35. Cephas
  36. Sosthenes, bishop of Colophonia
  37. Tychicus, bishop of Colophonia
  38. Epaphroditus, bishop of Andriace
  39. Cæsar, bishop of Dyrrachium
  40. Mark, cousin to Barnabas, bishop of Apollonia
  41. Justus, bishop of Eleutheropolis
  42. Artemas, bishop of Lystra
  43. Clement, bishop of Sardinia
  44. Onesiphorus, bishop of Corone
  45. Tychicus, bishop of Chalcedon
  46. Carpus, bishop of Berytus in Thrace
  47. Evodus, bishop of Antioch
  48. Aristarchus, bishop of Apamea
  49. Mark, who is also John, bishop of Bibloupolis
  50. Zenas, bishop of Diospolis
  51. Philemon, bishop of Gaza
  52. Aristarchus
  53. Pudes
  54. Trophimus, who was martyred along with Paul

 

 

The record by Pseudo-Hippolytus[edit]

Hippolytus of Rome was a disciple of Irenaeus, a disciple of Polycarp, a disciple of Apostle John. Hippolytus’s works were considered lost prior to their discovery at a monastery on Mount Athos in 1854.[6] While his major work The Refutation of All Heresies was readily accepted (once the false attribution to Origen was resolved), his two small works, On the Twelve Apostles of Christ and On the Seventy Apostles of Christ, are still regarded as dubious, put in the appendix of his works in the voluminous collection of the writings of early church fathers.[7] Here is the complete text of Pseudo-Hippolytus‘s On the Seventy Apostles of Christ:

  1. James the Lord’s brother, bishop of Jerusalem
  2. Cleopas, bishop of Jerusalem
  3. Matthias, who supplied the vacant place in the number of the twelve apostles
  4. Thaddeus, who conveyed the epistle to Augarus (Abgar V)
  5. Ananias, who baptized Paul, and was bishop of Damascus
  6. Stephen, the first martyr
  7. Philip, who baptized the Ethiopian eunuch
  8. Prochorus, bishop of Nicomedia, who also was the first that departed, 11 believing together with his daughters
  9. Nicanor died when Stephen was martyred
  10. Timon, bishop of Bostra
  11. Parmenas, bishop of Soli.[a]
  12. Nicolaus, bishop of Samaria
  13. Barnabas, bishop of Milan
  14. Mark the Evangelist, bishop of Alexandria
  15. Luke the Evangelist

These two belonged to the seventy disciples who were scattered by the offence of the word which Christ spoke, “Except a man eat my flesh, and drink my blood, he is not worthy of me.” But the one being induced to return to the Lord by Peter’s instrumentality, and the other by Paul’s, they were honored to preach that Gospel on account of which they also suffered martyrdom, the one being burned, and the other being crucified on an olive tree.

  1. Silas, bishop of Corinth
  2. Silvanus, bishop of Thessalonica
  3. Crisces (Crescens), bishop of Carchedon in Gaul
  4. Epænetus, bishop of Carthage
  5. Andronicus, bishop of Pannonia
  6. Amplias, bishop of Odyssus
  7. Urban, bishop of Macedonia
  8. Stachys, bishop of Byzantium
  9. Barnabas, bishop of Heraclea
  10. Phygellus, bishop of Ephesus. He was of the party also of Simon
  11. Hermogenes. He, too, was of the same mind with the former
  12. Demas, who also became a priest of idols
  13. Apelles, bishop of Smyrna
  14. Aristobulus, bishop of Britain
  15. Narcissus, bishop of Athens
  16. Herodion, bishop of Tarsus
  17. Agabus the prophet
  18. Rufus, bishop of Thebes
  19. Asyncritus, bishop of Hyrcania
  20. Phlegon, bishop of Marathon
  21. Hermes, bishop of Dalmatia
  22. Patrobulus, bishop of Puteoli
  23. Hermas, bishop of Philippopolis (Thrace)
  24. Linusbishop of Rome
  25. Caius, bishop of Ephesus
  26. Philologus, bishop of Sinope
  27. and 43. Olympus and Rhodion were martyred in Rome
  1. Lucius, bishop of Laodicea in Syria
  2. Jason, bishop of Tarsus
  3. Sosipater, bishop of Iconium
  4. Tertius, bishop of Iconium
  5. Erastus, bishop of Panellas
  6. Quartus, bishop of Berytus
  7. Apollos, bishop of Cæsarea
  8. Cephas
  9. Sosthenes, bishop of Colophonia
  10. Tychicus, bishop of Colophonia
  11. Epaphroditus, bishop of Andriace
  12. Cæsar, bishop of Dyrrachium
  13. Mark, cousin to Barnabas, bishop of Apollonia
  14. Justus, bishop of Eleutheropolis
  15. Artemas, bishop of Lystra
  16. Clement, bishop of Sardinia
  17. Onesiphorus, bishop of Corone
  18. Tychicus, bishop of Chalcedon
  19. Carpus, bishop of Berytus in Thrace
  20. Evodus, bishop of Antioch
  21. Aristarchus, bishop of Apamea
  22. Mark, who is also John, bishop of Bibloupolis
  23. Zenas, bishop of Diospolis
  24. Philemon, bishop of Gaza
  25. Aristarchus
  26. Pudes
  27. Trophimus, who was martyred along with Paul