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No canon or council of the Christian church for the first four centuries recognized
the Apocrypha as inspired . “ Many of the great Fathers of the early church spoke
out against the Apocrypha , for example , Origen , Cyril of Jerusalem ...
Thus , we should see evidence of the teaching of the virgin birth in the early
church . In relation to this are two questions : 1D . How did the concept of a virgin
birth arise so soon if it was not based on fact ? 2D . If the Gospels were not
It entered at once into the creedal formulae of the church ; it is in our Apostles '
Creed ; it is in all the great creeds that followed . “ All evidence of the New
Testament goes to show that the burden of the good news or gospel was not '
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