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A Brief History of the Church of God

“Restorationism and a Vision for World Harvest: A Brief History of the Church of God (Cleveland, Tennessee)”   By David G. Roebuck   Introduction   “As many Christians as are here present that are desirous to be free from all men made [sic] creeds and traditions, and are willing to take the New Testament, or law of Christ, for your only rule of faith and practice; ... »

This Day, February 11, In Jewish History by Mitchell A and Deb Levin Z"L

February 11 55: Tiberius Claudius Caesar Britannicus, heir to the Roman Emperorship, dies under mysterious circumstances in Rome clearing the way for Nero to become Emperor Would things have been better or worse if Britannicus had ruled instead of Ner... »

This Day, February 5, In Jewish History by Mitchell A and Deb Levin Z"L

February 5 517/519: Alcimus Avitus, the Archbishop of Vienne in Gaul who in 576 on Easter temporarily succeeded in calming a crowd angered when a recent convert to Christianity was doused with oil. Four days later local Christians burned down the syna... »

This Day, February 1, In Jewish History by Mitchell A and Deb Levin Z"L

February 1682:  Visigoth King Erwig pressed for the "utter extirpation of the pest of the Jews," and made it illegal to practice any Jewish rites in an area that corresponds to much of modern-day Spain. This put further pressure on the Jews to con... »