T. W. Allies was one of the nineteenth centuries most prolific English theologians whose works on Church history, the early Church Fathers, doctrine, and theology have had an enduring impact on the Catholic Church. The sixteen volumes in The Works of T. W. Allies (16 vols.) include all of Allies most prodigious works—the eight-volume Formation of Christendom, Per Crucem ad Lucem, and A Life's Decision—plus more! Covering everything from the development of the early church and doctrines to a full biography of T. W. Allies, this collection provides extensive commentary and elucidation.
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T. W. Allies (1813–1903) was educated at Eton, Bristol Grammar School, and Wadham College at Oxford. Allies went on to become Rector of Launton, Oxfordshire. T. W. Allies converted to Catholicism from the Church of England in 1853.