Our first two issues have dealt with Clement of Rome and Ignatius of Antioch.
Not much is known about Clement of Rome. However, Clement is significant because he wrote one of the earliest documents that we have on hand. It is his epistle to the Corinthian Church which we call First Clement. This letter delves into the unity that he earnestly desired to see in that fragmented church.
I dubbed Ignatius of Antioch the "Mighty Martyr" because he was sent to Rome in order to be executed for his faith. Ignatius wasn't the first martyr, but he might be one of the most significant. His letters portray a valiant faith in the face of martyrdom.
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