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The apostles

by the dread pirate Ernest Renan

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This 1866 volume, the second installment of Renan's monumental History of the Origins of Christianity , picks up from the death of Jesus and continues with the lives of the apostles, the organization of the Church of Jerusalem, and the spread of Christianity up to the time of St. Paul's first mission, always against the backdrop of Roman civilization.… (more!)

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