Riding on the tail end of the Nicene era, these patristic writers provide a foreshadowing of the future of Christianity in Europe after the Nicene era and the end of the Western Roman Empire. Containing the writings of Gregory the Great, Andrew of Caesarea, and John of Damascus, this collection brings classic Christian teachings, commentaries on Scripture, and historical records to wrap up that era of early church history. Whether you’re looking to begin studying the Early Church or seeking to expand your library, the Fathers of the Church Series is the most thorough publication available.
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