As a special help to you in your thinking about the History of Christian Education and its integration to Historical Theology, we wanted to share the following resource– one in a 7 part series, one per week, through September 25.
By Kenneth Samples (excerpt)
Saint Justin, also known as Justin Martyr, was one of the first Christians to meet Greco-Roman thinkers on their own ground by using philosophy as a tool or handmaid (servant) to defend the gospel message. But what else did he contribute to historic Christianity? Here’s your crash course on the life and accomplishments of Justin Martyr—and why he still matters today.