The Christian theological tradition provides an embarrassment of riches: from Scripture to modern scholarship, we are blessed with a vast and complex theological inheritance. And yet this feast of traditional riches is too frequently inaccessible to the general reader. The Cascade Companions series addresses the challenge by publishing books that combine academic rigor with broad appeal and readability. They aim to introduce nonspecialist readers to that vital storehouse of authors, documents, themes, histories, arguments, and movements that comprise this heritage with brief yet compelling volumes. Cascade Companions Early Church Studies focuses on the writings and theology of key third-to-fifth-century figures: the desert fathers, St. Basil, and St. Augustine.
The Logos edition connects these early church studies with the key figures’ works and theology themself. Read these volumes side-by-side with the original works and look for ways to apply it to your life. Scripture references appear on mouseover and references to the saints and Church Fathers lead you to their sources, giving you more study potential than ever before.