Today’s AfterCast episode is not a blog post I’m reading aloud. Instead, it’s my very first Reading Thoughts episode. This is where I pull out a bit from a book I’m reading and discuss it. I had fun recording it, and I hope you have fun listening.
Today’s book: Eusebius, The Church History (translated by Paul Maier)
This is a book I’ve been reading with E-Age-Fourteen for our Bible/Church History category and it is just fantastic. It reminds me a lot of the book of Acts, and also Bede’s Ecclesiastical History. I honestly think reading through it has been a great way to kick off high school. Someday, I’ll have to share my reading schedule. I basically divided it up over two terms. (For the third term, we’ll do On the Incarnation by Athanasius.)
In today’s episode, I read an excerpt and then attempt to pull out a principle that I personally found helpful, and I hope you do, too. I’d tell you what that principle is, but I think it’s nicer to hear it in context, so that’s all I’ll say about that.
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