Jacob Baradaeus: Monophysites and Chalcedonians

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Episode ###: Jacob Baradaeus – Changing the Game

Description: Today we’re going to do another quick survey of what was going on in other parts of the Christian world. All too often, I have to skim over or entirely skip some really interesting bits of the history of the Church. Sometimes small pieces of history can make a big difference later on. That is the case with the topic of today’s episode. Jacob Baradaeus is one such person who didn’t quite fit into the narrative of previous episodes, but this humble monk who lived thousands of miles from Rome set off events that would make an enormous difference after his times. We will look at the life of Jacob Baradaeus and why he was so important not only to the history of Christianity, but also the Popes of Rome.

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