Early Christianity Reader

$22.00

EARLY CHRISTIANITY reader is a selection of patristic works from the early church. It was designed to complement The Romans: Early Christianity, a unit in the Old Western Culture curriculum, and includes all the assigned readings in one volume!  As with all units of Old Western Culture, students may purchase or use their own texts, use the free PDF edition of this text, or use the Kindle Edition (from Amazon). This print edition reader was made as a convenience to students who prefer a physical edition of the works, but do not own and do not wish to purchase all the various texts.

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Table of Contents

Depending on the assigned reading from the course Romans: Early Christianity, this reader includes either selections or entire works. 

  • The Didache by Unknown
  • First Epistle of Clement by Clement of Rome
  • The Letters of Ignatius by Ignatius
  • Letter to the Philipians by Polycarp
  • A Plea to the Philipians byAthenagoras
  • Epistle to Diognetus by Unkown
  • The First Apology by Justin Martyr
  • Against Heresies by Irenaeus
  • Exhortation to the Greeks by Clement of Alexandria
  • History of the Church by Eusebius

– ISBN: 978-0-9897028-9-8
– Pages: 730
– Dimensions: 6 in. by 9 in.
– Format: paperback
– Publication Date: 9/15/2015
– Author: Various authors from the Patristic period.
– Cover Design: Rachel Rosales (Orange Peal Design) and Daniel Foucachon
– Editing and Copy Editing: George Callihan
– General Editor: Daniel Foucachon
– Language: English (with occasional footnotes in Greek or Latin)

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