Explore the fascinating history of early Christianity and deepen your understanding of the Greek Church Fathers with this collection of works by nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century historians. Be inspired by the lives of these saints who lived in a time of open warfare between Christianity and the world and whose thoughts and actions shaped the faith as we live it today. Get to know St. John of Damascus, Clement of Alexandria, and St. Ignatius of Antioch, to name just a few of the figures highlighted. These five volumes—by Henry Scott Holland, Alice Gardner, and F.R. Montgomery Hitchcock, among others—unpack poems, hymns, sermons, doctrine, and more.
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Want even more insight into the early Church Fathers? Take a look at the companion series The Latin Fathers for English Readers (9 vols.).
The Apostolic Fathers by Henry Scott Holland is also available as a part of Classic Studies on the Apostolic Fathers (29 vols.).
- Examines the life and writings of the early Church Fathers
- Illuminates the historical context of Christianity’s development
- Probes early doctrines and theology