Saint Nektarios of Pentapolis from Aegina

Evidence about the fact that Peter didn’t go to Rome from 41 to 66, period when the Western theologians say that he had been Bishop there for 25 years

  • August 5, 2017
Evidence about the fact that Peter didn’t go to Rome from 41 to 66, period when the Western theologians say that he had been Bishop there for 25 years

The Romans theologians place the trip to Rome made by Apostle Peter around the year 41 after Christ, meaning in the second year of the reign of Claudius, saying that he stayed in Rome for 25 years, till 66 when he suffered martyrdom under Nero. Let’s see first if things are the way they say and if what they assert is in accordance with the facts related by the Holy Scripture. For proving the truth, we shall have recourse to the historical account of Luke the evangelist about the missionary trips of Apostle Paul where we come know the two apostles and their epistles. These epistles will reveal...

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Historical Testimonies

  • August 4, 2017
Historical Testimonies

Eusebius writes: And Paul preaching to those from the foreign peoples who were in Jerusalem and around it till in Illyria set the foundations of the Churches, this being evinced by the testimonies the churches can give and which were mentioned by Luke in the Acts of the Apostles; but Peter whose words announced Christ in so many dioceses preached as well the Word of the New Testament, thing which is obviously revealed in the epistle which was proven to be his and which he wrote to those Jews found in the Diaspora of Pontus, Galatia and Cappadocia of Asia and Bithinya. And from those who proved...

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