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Eusebius presents the history of the Church from the apostles to his own time, with special regard to the following points:1. the successions of bishops in the principal sees2. the history of Christian teachers3. the history of heresies4. the history of the Jews5. the relations to the heathen6. the martyrdoms.
Eusebius played an important role as a historian of the early church. He was at the Council of Nicea (though not to be confused with another Eusebius who was a heretic.) As such, this book is required reading for anyone who is serious about the Christian faith and learning about what that faith looked like when it was young and unsullied by politics.
This is a very long and detailed book--do not read if you have A.D.D. I couldn't understand several parts of this book, although I would have liked to. One cannot help but daydream when interest is lost. A solid religious book, but not one for a freshman in high school to read.