Primitive Christianity

Primitive Christianity is the religion of the New Testament as first exemplified after the establishment of the new faith by that ecclesiastical organization called the Church, under State patronage. SEE PRIMITIVE CHURCH. In distinction from this, we have apostolic Christianity, the period that immediately succeeded the labors of the founder of the New-Testament dispensation. SEE APOSTOLIC CHURCH; SEE CHRISTIANITY.

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