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Communio Sanctorum

This podcast is an attempt to give believers a popular and non-academic review of Church History.

 

 

ABOUT

About Communio Sanctorum

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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ABOUT LANCE RALSTON

Lance Ralston is the founding pastor of Calvary Chapel of Oxnard, (Ventura County, California, USA) which began in the fall of 1982.

EPISODES

Welcome to Communio Sanctorum

Welcome to Communio Sanctorum

Communio Sanctorum - History of the Christian Church is a short-form podcast on the history of the Christianity Church from the First Century to ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 12

Rabban Sauma Part 12

This is the last of a dozen episodes on Rabban Sauma. Having met with all the dignitaries his embassy on Arghun’s behalf required, Sauma ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 11

Rabban Sauma Part 11

This is the 11th episode in the story of Rabban Sauma, and we’re closing in on the conclusion. After a month-long tour of the ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 10

Rabban Sauma Part 10

This is episode 10 in the on-going epic saga of the Chinese Marco Polo – Rabban Sauma. Realizing he couldn’t get anything done in ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 9

Rabban Sauma Part 9

This is Episode 9 in the on-going epic tale of Rabban Sauma. Finally, Sauma has arrived in Europe. After two months aboard ship, his ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 8

Rabban Sauma Part 8

This is episode 8 in the remarkable tale of a Chinese Marco Polo named Rabban Sauma. Well, it’s taken us 7 episodes to get ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 7

Rabban Sauma Part 7

This is the 7th episode in the on-going saga of Rabban Sauma. Last episode ended with the Mongol Ilkhan Arghun in Persia surrounded by ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 6

Rabban Sauma Part 6

This is the 6th Episode in the amazing story of a Chinese monk named Rabban Sauma. We ended the last episode with Sauma’s protégé ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 5

Rabban Sauma Part 5

This is Episode 5 in the on-going saga of Rabban Sauma. We left Markos and Bar Sauma headed to Tabriz, the Mongol Ilkhan’s capital ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 4

Rabban Sauma Part 4

This is Episode 4 in the Saga of Rabban Sauma. After their 6 month rest at the oases of Khotan, Bar Sauma & Markos ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 3

Rabban Sauma Part 3

This episode continues our series on the remarkable Rabban Sauma with Part 3. In Part 1, we looked at the opening chapter in Sauma’s ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 2

Rabban Sauma Part 2

This is Part 2 of our series on Rabban Sauma. We begin with a brief review of the political scene into which Rabban Sauma’s ...
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Rabban Sauma Part 1

Rabban Sauma Part 1

Rabban Sauma is the title of this Episode, Part 1. So --  there I was, walking through the Genghis Khan exhibit at the Reagan ...
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Seven Key Moments in Church History

Seven Key Moments in Church History

Seven Key Moments in Church History I was recently asked by a subscriber to my Church History podcast, Communio Sanctorum: History of the Christian ...
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Some, Not Others

Some, Not Others

Think I’m on safe ground when I say à Those listening to this are mostly likely students of history. Your knowledge of the past ...
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Just Doing the Job

Just Doing the Job

Taken as a whole, leaders demonstrate a wide array of skills and talent. While great leaders often exhibit some consistent marks, there’s simply no ...
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Come Outers

Come Outers

During the early-mid 19th C, an interesting phenomenon spread over the thinking of parts of Western Europe and the US. It was a general ...
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Evangelicalism

Evangelicalism

In this episode of CS, we’ll take a look at something many of our listeners are familiar with; at least, they think their familiar ...
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Eusebius

Eusebius

In this Episode of CS we’ll take a look at a figure of church history anyone who’s done any reading in such has likely ...
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Ecumenism

Ecumenism

In his marvelous one volume book on Church History, Bruce Shelley relates how the World Council of Churches came up with its motto. In ...
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