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Persecution in the Early Church: A Chapter in the History of Renunciation
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Persecution in the Early Church: A Chapter in the History of Renunciation

by

Jennings and Graham 1906

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Overview

Persecution in the Early Church takes into account the legal, historical, ecclesiastical, and experiential aspects of the early persecutions of Christians. The text emphasizes “those aspects of the inner life of the church which led to persecution.”

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Product Details

  • Title: Persecution in the Early Church: A Chapter in the History of Renunciation
  • Author: Herbert B. Workman
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Publisher: William Blackwood and Sons
  • Publication Date: 1897
  • Pages: 382

About Herbert B. Workman

Herbert B. Workman (1862–1951) was a Wesleyan minister and the principal of Westminster College. He was elected president of the Wesleyan Conference in 1930. He wrote numerous works, includingThe Letters of Jon Hus with Introductions and Explanatory Notes, Christian Thought to the Reformation, and The Evolution of the Monastic Ideal.