Born in the Second Century

27. In You and Others Like You. Part 2 of Montanism Trilogy.

December 17, 2022 Chris Palmero
27. In You and Others Like You. Part 2 of Montanism Trilogy.
Born in the Second Century
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Born in the Second Century
27. In You and Others Like You. Part 2 of Montanism Trilogy.
Dec 17, 2022
Chris Palmero

The second installment of BORN IN THE SECOND CENTURY'S Montanism Trilogy examines the Christian reactions to this mysterious movement. Host Chris Palmero presents testimonies from Irenaeus, the Shepherd of Hermas, the Didache, Epiphanius, and of course, Eusebius. He also tackles a burning question: did Tertullian really convert to the New Prophecy, or was that illustrious fool merely participating in an elaborate LARP?

Anyone who listens to this episode can learn about why Christians blow on the faces of their converts; whether Eusebius can really be trusted; the "Heretic's Journey;" whether the Catholics were trying to assassinate Montanus, Maximilla, and Priscilla; whether Irenaeus was a secret Montanist sympathizer; whether the Didache was originally a Montanist book; what the controversy between Christianity and the New Prophecy was really about; why Tertullian got involved in this movement; and how the pagan Celsus has taught us more about this "heresy" than any Christian commentator ever could. The host also shares a special time-saving technique that anyone can use when writing about Philip's Daughters.

Opening reading: The Canons of the Council of Constantinople, from the late fourth century, look forward to the age in which Montanism eventually fades from the earth.

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YouTube: @borninthesecondcentury
E-mail: secondcenturypodcast@gmail.com
Music: Pompeii Gray on Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud

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The second installment of BORN IN THE SECOND CENTURY'S Montanism Trilogy examines the Christian reactions to this mysterious movement. Host Chris Palmero presents testimonies from Irenaeus, the Shepherd of Hermas, the Didache, Epiphanius, and of course, Eusebius. He also tackles a burning question: did Tertullian really convert to the New Prophecy, or was that illustrious fool merely participating in an elaborate LARP?

Anyone who listens to this episode can learn about why Christians blow on the faces of their converts; whether Eusebius can really be trusted; the "Heretic's Journey;" whether the Catholics were trying to assassinate Montanus, Maximilla, and Priscilla; whether Irenaeus was a secret Montanist sympathizer; whether the Didache was originally a Montanist book; what the controversy between Christianity and the New Prophecy was really about; why Tertullian got involved in this movement; and how the pagan Celsus has taught us more about this "heresy" than any Christian commentator ever could. The host also shares a special time-saving technique that anyone can use when writing about Philip's Daughters.

Opening reading: The Canons of the Council of Constantinople, from the late fourth century, look forward to the age in which Montanism eventually fades from the earth.

Support the Show.

YouTube: @borninthesecondcentury
E-mail: secondcenturypodcast@gmail.com
Music: Pompeii Gray on Apple Music, Spotify, YouTube, SoundCloud

Reading: COUNCIL OF CONSTANTINOPLE, Canon 7.
OPENING Remarks.
Reading: FIRMILIAN, Epistle 74, to Cyprian.
A SAFETY Briefing before Reading Eusebius.
Testimony of THE ANONYMOUS. His Confused Origin Story for Montanus.
The Anonymous: The HERETIC'S JOURNEY.
The Anonymous: PROPHET-KILLERS.
The Anonymous: A Possible MATTHEW Reference.
The Anonymous: AMMIA and QUADRATUS.
Reading: EPIPHANIUS, Panarion, On the Quintillianists.
Testimony of IRENAEUS.
Testimony of CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA.
Testimony of COMMANDER SHEPHERD OF HERMAS.
Testimony of THE DIDACHE.
Testimony of EPIPHANIUS.
On the PARACLETE.
On JESUS.
On PHILIP'S DAUGHTERS.
Reading: WILLIAM TABERNEE, Prophets and Gravestones.
Tertullian as Montanist LARPER.
Testimony of CELSUS.
CLOSING Remarks.