Early Christianity and Late Antiquity - Part 07- The Schools of Alexandria and Antioch

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Dr. John Rao shows that two distinct theological approaches clashed in the early Church. One, emerging from Alexandria and tied with the work of Origen, was highly allegorical in its interpretations of Scripture. The other, coming out of Antioch, was more literal and historical in its methodology. Many of the Trinitarian and Christological struggles pitted them against one another and yet allowed the Church to learn from both their outlooks. Taken from: Early Christianity and Late Antiquity - 1993 VonHildebrand Institute

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