Early Christian Writings (Penguin Black Classics Series)
The writings in this volume cast a glimmer of light upon the emerging traditions and organisation of the infant church, during an otherwise little-known period of its development. A selection of letters and small-scale theological treatises from a group known...
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The writings in this volume cast a glimmer of light upon the emerging traditions and organisation of the infant church, during an otherwise little-known period of its development. A selection of letters and small-scale theological treatises from a group known as the Apostolic Fathers, several of whom were probably disciples of the Apostles, they provide a first-hand account of the early Church and outline a form of early Christianity still drawing on the theology and traditions of its parent religion, Judaism. Included here are the first Epistle of Bishop Clement of Rome, an impassioned plea for harmony; The Epistle of Polycarp; The Epistle of Barnabas; The Didache; and the Seven Epistles written by Ignatius of Antioch - among them his moving appeal to the Romans that they grant him a martyr's death.
General Introduction General Bibliography Note On The Text The First Epistle Of Clement To The Corinthians The Epistles Of Ignatius To The Ephesians To The Magnesians To The Trallians To The Romans To The Philadelphians To The Smyrnaeans To The Polycarp The Epistle Of Polycarp To The Philippians And The Martyrdom Of Polycarp The Epistle To Diognetus The Epistle Of Barnabas The Didache Map Of Ignatius's Route
These letters and short theological treatises provide a rich guide to the emerging traditions and organization of the infant Church. Translated by Maxwell Staniforth Revised Translation, Introductions and New Editorial Material by Andrew Louth
Dr Andrew Louth is Professor of Patristic and Byzantine Studies, University of Durham, and General Editor (with Gillian Clark) of Oxford Early Christian Studies. He is the author of Denys the Areopagite, St John Damascene tradition and originality in Byzantine theology, Greek east and Latin west the church AD 681-1071 and most recently Love.
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- :translated By Maxwell Staniforth<br>revised Translation, Introductions And New Editorial Material By Andrew Louth<br><p>general Introduction<br>general Bibliography<br>note On The Text<br><p><b>the First Epistle Of Clement To The Corinthians</b><br><p><b>the Epistles Of Ignatius</b><br>to The Ephesians<br>to The Magnesians<br>to The Trallians<br>to The Romans<br>to The Philadelphians<br>to The Smyrnaeans<br>to The Polycarp<br><p><b>the Epistle Of Polycarp To The Philippians <i>and</i> The Martyrdom Of Polycarp</b><br><p><b>the Epistle To Diognetus</b><br><p><b>the Epistle Of Barnabas</b><br><p><b>the Didache</b><br><p>map Of Ignatius's Route<br></p></p></p></p></p></p></p></p>