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The Rules of Pachomius
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Overview

Pachomius was a third-century Christian monk, often cited as the “father of monastic institutions.” He is credited with the foundation of Christian cenobitic monasticism, a tradition that stresses community life governed by religious rules and precepts. The rules he set forth for this lifestyle are collected and translated in this excerpt from The Presbyterian Review by George H. Schodde.

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Product Details

  • Title: The Rules of Pachomius
  • Author: G. H. Schodde
  • Publisher: T&T Clark
  • Publication Date: 1885
  • Pages: 11

George Henry Schodde (1854–1917) was an American scholar of the Coptic language and Old Testament Pseudepigrapha.

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