Category: A Taste of Tradition

A Taste of Tradition

An Amazing Counter-Cultural Document

The Christians in the World is an anonymous letter to a well-wisher by the name of Diognetus, describing the way of life of the followers of Christ. The details have a surprising contemporary application.

A Taste of Tradition

The Birth of Christian Apology

On the whole, the society of the Roman Empire had a poor concept of Christianity. To fight the prejudices and show the real face of the new religion, the Christian philosopher Saint Justin martyr invented the Apology.

A Taste of Tradition

The Seven Iconic Letters

Saint Ignatius of Antioch was arrested and brought to Rome in chains to be thrown to the lions. During his journey as a prisoner, he wrote seven letters to the churches he passed through. They are a document of extraordinary beauty and relevance.

A Taste of Tradition

Necessary Points of Reference

The Fathers of the Church are writers who are the witnesses of the Tradition. They represent the continuity of the apostolic way founded on the writings of the New Testament.

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