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25- The Antipope

September 11, 2015
A ancient Roman statue (originally of a women, now with a male head) associated with Hippolytus and his community. PD-US

An ancient Roman statue (originally of a women, now with a male head) associated with Hippolytus and his community.
PD-US

In the early third century, the Church of Rome was engulfed in factional debates over Christology, which even led to schism. Along the way, important theological questions would be raised, and even more important answers would developed. In particular, the  theology put forward by Hippolytus, the first “antipope” of the Roman Church, and the last Greek Church Father of the West…

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