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Clement of Alexandria


SPCK, E. & J. B. Young & Co. 1899

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This comprehensive biography of Clement of Alexandria by F.R. Montgomery Hitchcock examines Clement’s writings, philosophy, theology, doctrines, life, and character. Hitchcock offers a detailed look at Clement’s years in the city of Alexandria—including his family home, university life, and religious formation—as well as in the Catechetical School of Alexandria, and presents several texts that highlight Clement’s influence on the church and the development of Christianity.

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Key Features

  • Presents a detailed biography of Clement of Alexandria
  • Reveals his influence on Christianity and the church
  • Covers a range of topics from Clement’s character to his doctrine and writings

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About F.R. Montgomery Hitchcock

F.R. Montgomery Hitchcock (1865–1951) was Donnellan Lecturer in the University of Dublin and examining chaplain to the bishop of Killaloe. He was also the author of Irenaeus of Lugdunum: A Study of His Teaching and St. Patrick and His Gallic Friends.

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