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The Early Christian Church : The Second Christian Century Volume 2 - Phillip Carrington

The Early Christian Church

The Second Christian Century Volume 2

Paperback

Published: 11th August 2011
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This is a 1957 account of the rise and development of the Christian Church during the first two centuries after the Crucifixion. The events are set down in the order in which they happened, giving a clear picture of the establishment, progress, sufferings and survival of the new faith. It focuses special attention on the men who decisively affected its history. Archbishop Carrington does not offer this book as a conventional history for the scholar. It is a personal view, and it is based on the conviction that the early writers accurately recorded events, unless proved otherwise. This second volume examines the establishment of the Church. There are over 100 photographs on 64 plates, seven maps, genealogical and chronological tables, and reading lists.

List of illustrations
List of maps and tables
The sources
Anonymous Christian literature
The Church in Asia
The Second Jewish War
The Heresiarchs
The schools in Rome
Aristides and Justin
The Apology of Justin
The martyrdom of Polycarp
Eastern prophets and teachers
Philosophy and martyrdom
Phrygian Christianity
Dionysius of Corinth
Tatian and the East
The period of Melito
The martyrs of Gaul
Theology in Rome
Oriental Christianity
Latin Christianity
The refutation of Gnosis
Creed, canon and liturgy
Extra-canonical literature
The Paschal Controversy
Tertullian and Clement
The reign of Severus
The Church at peace
The third Christian century
Appendices
Bibliography
Index to volumes 1 and 2
Table of Contents provided by Publisher. All Rights Reserved.

ISBN: 9780521157384
ISBN-10: 0521157382
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 570
Published: 11th August 2011
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 3.2  x 15.2
Weight (kg): 0.83