In the early days of the Church, the word “catholic” was a term of unity. “It literally means ‘universal’ or ‘general,’” said Timothy George, founding dean of Beeson Divinity School at Samford University in Birmingham. In the very earliest literature, the word was used in Antioch in the early second century, when the apostles were still in recent memory, George…
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