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The Lost Writings of Irenaeus

Narrated by: Ken Harris
Length: 56 mins
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Irenaeus was an early Christian writer who gives us great insight into primitive Christian theology and doctrine. His words are wise and filled with the grace of God. Truly an important father of the faith, many Christians today are ignorant of his works and of other early Christians like him. This piece of literature is actually a collection of fragments from his writings that have been found. The hungry soul should be truly blessed while listening to this marvelous book by such a great man of God!

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The writings of Irenaeus are well worth listening to and reflecting upon and considering. I don't agree with all his summations but has give me food for thought and challenged me in my walk with Yeshua.

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  • Alex Whitt
  • 06-09-2018

Southern accent, if that matters to you

I live in the Midwestern United States, so I'm not used to hearing southern accents. As such, the narrator's accent made it difficult for me to focus. I imagine that a Southerner may not have this difficulty, so my rating is highly subjective.

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