Who Was Marcion? – Second-Century Christianity Series – CHS 137


Who Was Marcion? – Second-Century Christianity Series

Who Was Marcion? In this episode we discuss the work of Marcion of Pontus (fl. 140s AD). We note why Marcion of Pontus, a pivotal figure of second-century Christianity, played a key role in pushing Christian conversation around critical questions such as the canon of Scripture, Paul’s authority in the Church and the relationship between Judaism and Christianity. Join us this week as discuss this important thinker in ancient Christianity.

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