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Early Christian Fathers By Cyril C. Richardson
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Part of the Library of Christian Classics series, Early Christian Fathers is the best single-book introduction to the early church fathers, providing an enriching and informative introduction to... More > first and second century Christian thought. Containing carefully selected letters and works from early church fathers--including among others St. Clement, St. Ignatius, St. Polycarp, St. Justin the Martyr, and St. Irenaeus-- Early Christian Fathers gives a representative, though not exhaustive, overview of early Christian thought. A brief introduction and extensive notes also accompany each letter or work, making Early Christian Fathers a great study aid. Thus, with flowing and contemporary translations, Early Christian Fathers is ideal for beginners and scholars alike; it is essential reading for anyone interested in the early church fathers. -Tim Perrine, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
LDS Gems from the Early Christian Fathers By Cornelius Hyzer
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Selected quotes from the early Christian fathers demonstrate that the modern teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) are a restoration of the same doctrines and... More > practices before the Great Apostasy.< Less
LDS Gems from the Early Christian Fathers By Cornelius Hyzer
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Selected quotes from the early Christian fathers demonstrate that the modern teachings of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons) are a restoration of the same doctrines and... More > practices before the Great Apostasy.< Less
The Apostolic Fathers By Roger Sullivan
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The Apolostic Fathers are a small number of Early Christian authors that provide a link to the original Apostles that had contact with Jesus.
Husbands Scorned; Fathers Ignored By Henry Imler
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The Acts of Thomas was originally, a third-century Syrian remembrance of the Apostle Thomas' ministry and eventual martyrdom at the hands of the King of India. It has since been translated and... More > reworked (or whitewashed, depending upon whom you are asking) many times to speak to many iterations of Christianity. In Husbands Scorned; Fathers Ignored, Imler seeks to recover the original community and to map it's social world, which straddled the powerful Roman and Persian Empires. He sees a a tolerated community, that is, until they meddled in the bedsheets of the powerful...< Less
Husbands Scorned; Fathers Ignored By Henry Imler
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The Acts of Thomas was originally, a third-century Syrian remembrance of the Apostle Thomas' ministry and eventual martyrdom at the hands of the King of India. It has since been translated and... More > reworked (or whitewashed, depending upon whom you are asking) many times to speak to many iterations of Christianity. In Husbands Scorned; Fathers Ignored, Imler seeks to recover the original community and to map it's social world, which straddled the powerful Roman and Persian Empires. He sees a a tolerated community, that is, until they meddled in the bedsheets of the powerful...< Less
Eunice - Letters of a Fatherly Friend to a Young Christian Mother By Carl Manthey Zorn
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These are letters from a pastor to one of his beloved parishioners, a young woman named Eunice. Written in the early 1900s, they follow the ages and stages in the life of Eunice's baby. This work... More > reflects the pastoral care and concern that was typical in the Church a handful of generations ago. The letters also provide historical perspectives on child rearing, school, authority, respect, sexuality and engagement.< Less
Eunice - Letters of a Fatherly Friend to a Young Christian Mother By Carl Manthey Zorn
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These are letters from a pastor to one of his beloved parishioners, a young woman named Eunice. Written in the early 1900s, they follow the ages and stages in the life of Eunice's baby. This work... More > reflects the pastoral care and concern that was typical in the Church a handful of generations ago. The letters also provide historical perspectives on child rearing, school, authority, respect, sexuality and engagement.< Less
Heroes & Heretics in the Early Church By Randy Colver
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Church history and theology are inseparably linked. In fact, Church history reveals that men and women placed their lives in jeopardy many times to preserve good theology. Five times the truth... More > robbers banished Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, for his defense of the doctrine of the Trinity and many of the bishops at the Council of Nicea bore the marks of persecution for their faith. Sadly, the average Christian knows little theology and even less Church history. But the struggle to preserve truth hasn’t ended with the Church fathers. Similar heresies abound today. Christians must not take for granted the solid ground of truth on which they stand, for the responsibility for passing on good theology lies equally with each generation. It remains, therefore, imperative that Christians study the writings of the Church Fathers—lest they forget truth and the robbers steal from them what the martyrs paid for with their blood.< Less
Heroes & Heretics in the Early Church By Randy Colver
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Church history and theology are inseparably linked. In fact, Church history reveals that men and women placed their lives in jeopardy many times to preserve good theology. Five times the truth... More > robbers banished Athanasius, bishop of Alexandria, for his defense of the doctrine of the Trinity and many of the bishops at the Council of Nicea bore the marks of persecution for their faith. Sadly, the average Christian knows little theology and even less Church history. But the struggle to preserve truth hasn’t ended with the Church fathers. Similar heresies abound today. Christians must not take for granted the solid ground of truth on which they stand, for the responsibility for passing on good theology lies equally with each generation. It remains, therefore, imperative that Christians study the writings of the Church Fathers—lest they forget truth and the robbers steal from them what the martyrs paid for with their blood.< Less