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St. Patrick: His Life and Teaching

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SPCK, Edwin S. Gorham 1907

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$14.99

Overview

Saint Patrick, best known as Ireland’s patron saint, was a fifth-century missionary. E.J. Newell’s volume studies St. Patrick’s life, work, and writings. Newell’s work thoughtfully examines the man whose missionary work changed the religious complexion of Western Europe.

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Key Features

  • Surveys the life, works, and teachings of St. Patrick
  • Provides information on patristics and church history for “ordinary English readers”
  • Presents engaging and accessible prose with scholarly backbone

Contents

  • Birth and Boyhood
  • Captivity and Escape
  • Training by Adversity
  • The Source and Date of St. Patrick’s Mission
  • The Religions of Ireland
  • Landing in Ireland and Early Successes
  • St. Patrick at Tara
  • Work in Meath and Journey to Tirawley
  • Training of Pupils and Founding of Churches
  • Work in Connaught
  • Completion of the Great Journey—Founding of Armagh, and Death of St. Patrick
  • The Writings of St. Patrick
  • The Two Patricks, Historical and Legendary
  • The Teaching of St. Patrick
  • St. Patrick’s Church

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About E.J. Newell

E.J. Newell is also the author of A Popular History of the Ancient British Church.

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