During his lengthy ministry, Jerome produced a body of work often referred to as the finest example of Early Church scholarship. This collection is composed of his commentaries on two New Testament books, various writings on theology, his teaching on the Psalms, and many biographies that give modern readers a glimpse into the life of the ancient Church. These writings have provided countless Christians guidance and a trustworthy example for following God in any circumstance. They are still highly useful to guide and define an orthodox and God-honoring way of living today.
In Logos, these works become the backbone of any study on the early church. Links to the patristic writings of the Early Church Fathers will bring you right to the source—to the very quote—allowing you to see instant context. Footnotes appear on mouseover, as well as references to Scripture and extra-biblical material in your library, and you can perform near-instant searches across these volumes, searching for references to keywords or Scripture passages.
St. Jerome (c. 347–30 September 420) (formerly Saint Hierom) was an Illyrian Catholic priest and apologist.