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HISTORY of Christian Theology

(c. A.D. 35–108) Also known as Ignatius Theophorus, was the second bishop of Antioch who wrote a series of letter to other bishops while he was in transit to Rome to meet his martyrdom. These writings are some of the earliest Christian writings that have survived. Ignatius was Bishop of Antioch who was believed to have been a close associate and student of John the Apostle. Ignatius was later known as one of the Apostolic Fathers together with Clement I and Polycarp.

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