What We Need to Learn from the Second-Century Apologists

"The apologists affirmed: Christians are model citizens, respectful to Roman authorities, do good, and are not a threat to the empire. Within living memory of the apostles, these Christians learned well the deposit of apostolic teaching: we are, for example, 'to show perfect courtesy toward all people' (Titus 3:2) and to 'Honor the emperor' (1 Pet 2:17)." - Wyatt Graham

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