Do You Know How The Early Church (Pre-150AD) Spotted a False Prophet?
There are 5 answers to choose from. Only one is correct, based on the “Teaching of the Lord to the Gentles by the Twelve Apostles” or what is more commonly called the “Didache” and other early church writings. The Didache is a well received document from the early church. The date of its writing is hard to determine, but most scholars put it somewhere between 50 AD and 150 AD, very close to the time of the Apostles. It is not part of the Bible, but it is a very good document to read if you want to learn how the early church understood the teaching of Christ and the Apostles.
Can you identify the correct answer? There is only one correct answer in our poll, but that does not mean there were not other indicators. There is only one correct answer in this poll.
So, how did the church identify a false prophet in the 2nd century?
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Posted on April 23, 2014, in Christianity, Early Church History, Polls, Theology and tagged Arminianism, Calvinism, catholic, christianity, Cults, early church history, Eastern Orthodox, El cristianismo, False Prophet, family, God's Not Dead, Heresy, Life, news, religion, spirituality, Systematic Theology. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.