Protestant and Catholic scholars often quote the “Church Fathers” (Irenaeus, Justin Martyr, Clement of Alexandria, Tertullian) to support their views. In Father’s of the Catholic Church, Ellet J. Waggoner amply proves that this is a tragic mistake. Not only do these esteemed “Fathers” often contradict each other, but their writings are permeated with the insidious influence of Greek philosophy. They often contradict the Bible too, our only safeguard. A must-read for all serious students of Christian history.
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