76 - By divine providence--First Called Christians in Antioch. That occurred about the year 50.A.D

Plus The Studies of--- Is God’s Name Christ?--Acts15-14.htm

 GEB -> Study Notes on 15:14—WT Commentary W61-11-1.htm

NamesOfChristainChurches.htm  and 73.htm Plus About SBtsCommentaryNotes.

Last day prophecy Study Micah4-1-7plusIsaiah2-4.htm

“It was first in Antioch [in Syria] that the disciples were by divine providence called Christians.”

By divine providence or it would not have been inspired to be written. 2Tim3-16-17.htm

That occurred about the year 50.A.D. So that from A.D. 33 to 50,or for seventeen years,

the disciples of Jesus Christ had not been called Christians or Messianists.

Besides this fact, the word “Christian (s)” occurs only three times in the entire Bible

.—Acts 11:26; 26:28; 1 Pet. 4:16. 11:26 -26:28 ->1 Pet. 4:16

What About The Catholics?—Next After Acts 11:26 and a few other verses.

Chapter 11 - Read This Chapter

Acts

 

Study Resource List

BCC -> Commentary on 11:26
DSN -> Synopsis on 11:26
GEB -> Study Notes on 11:26
GSB -> Study Notes on 11:26
JFB -> Commentary on 11:26
MHC-COM -> Commentary on 11:26
MHC-CON -> Commentary on 11:26
OCA -> Commentary on 11:26
PNT -> Commentary on 11:26
RWP -> Study Notes on 11:26
TSK -> Commentary on 11:26 TSK -> Entry for 11:26
WEN -> Notes on 11:26
NTB -> Antioch; Christian; Disciple; Tarsus; Zeal, Religious
TTT -> Titles and Names of Saints
EBD -> Antioch; Barnabas; Christian; Paul
SBD -> Antioch; Barnabas; Christian

11:26 New American Standard Bible

and when he had found him, he brought him to Antioch. And for an entire year they met with the church and taught considerable numbers; and the disciples were first called Christians in Antioch.

Acts  26:28

Agrippa replied to Paul, "In a short time you will persuade me to become a Christian."

 

1 Pet. 4:16

but if anyone suffers as a Christian, he is not to be ashamed,

but is to glorify God in this name.

 

BCC -> Commentary on 4:16
DSN -> Synopsis on 4:16
GEB -> Study Notes on 4:16
JFB -> Commentary on 4:16
MHC-COM -> Commentary on 4:16
MHC-CON -> Commentary on 4:16
PNT -> Commentary on 4:16
RWP -> Study Notes on 4:16
TSK -> Commentary on 4:16 TSK -> Entry for 4:16
WEN -> Notes on 4:16
NTB -> Christian; Commandments; Constancy; Glorifying God; Persecution
TTT -> Glorifying God; Persecution
EBD -> Christian
SBD -> Christian

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Study Resource List

BCC -> Commentary on 2:32
DSN -> Synopsis on 2:32
GEB -> Study Notes on 2:32
GSB -> Study Notes on 2:32
JFB -> Commentary on 2:32
MHC-COM -> Commentary on 2:32
MHC-CON -> Commentary on 2:32
OCA -> Commentary on 2:32
PNT -> Commentary on 2:32
 

2:32 - [In Context]

So Jesus is the One God raised from death, {not David}! We are all witnesses of this. We saw him!

2:36 - [In Context]

Everyone in Israel should then know for certain that God has made Jesus both Lord and Christ, even though you put him to death on a cross.

 

 ConstantinesCrossVision.htm plus More in C.htm

 

 

                                                  What About The Catholics

(1) Not Long after the Apostles had all died off a New Name was established -- 106 (A.D).

                  Catholics.-----With No Divine Scripture to back it up.

A letter written by Ignatius to Christians in Smyrna [1] around 106 (A.D). is the earliest

surviving witness to the use of the term "Catholic Church" (Letter to the Smyrnaeans, 8).

Open and Study Catholic#History_of_usage

 

History of ecclesiastical use of "catholic"

Ignatius of Antioch

A letter written by Ignatius to Christians in Smyrna[4] around 106 is the earliest surviving witness to the use of the term catholic church (Letter to the Smyrnaeans, 8). By catholic church Ignatius designated the Christian Church in its universal aspect, as "catholic" still meant no more than "universal", since it was only later that the word "catholic" took on the ecclesiastical meaning of "orthodox and apostolic".[5] Ignatius considered that certain heretics of his time, who disavowed that Jesus was a material being who actually suffered and died, saying instead that "he only seemed to suffer" (Smyrnaeans, 2), were not really Christians.[6] The term is also used in the Martyrdom of Polycarp in 155 and in the Muratorian fragment, about 177.

Open --http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catholic#History_of_ecclesiastical_use_of_.22catholic.22

 

 

Big List of Churches in NamesOfChristainChurches.htm  

 

Is God’s Name Christ?-The Church of Christ? or The Church of God?—

Open and Study Acts15-14.htm

 

Definition

  1. Christian, a follower of Christ

http://www.searchgodsword.org/lex/grk/view.cgi?number=554 6

Strong's Number:  5547

Xristo/v

 

Original Word

Word Origin

 

Xristo/v

 

from (5548)

Transliterated Word

Phonetic Spelling

 

Christos

 

khris-tos'  

Parts of Speech

TDNT

 

Adjective

 

9:493,1322

 Definition

 

Christ = "anointed"

  1. Christ was the Messiah, the Son of God
  2. anointed

 Translated Words

 

KJV (569) - Christ, 569;

NAS (531) - Christ, 516; Christ's, 11; Messiah, 4;

 

Next ---Is God’s Name Christ?--Acts15-14.htm NamesOfChristainChurches.htm  AND 73.htm

 

Christianity Subverted –The True Cause behind All the Division-

Understanding The-WheatOrWeeds.htm  

 

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