1 edition of Apostolic Fathers found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Edgar J. Goodspeed.|
|Contributions||Goodspeed, Edgar Johnson, 1871-1962|
|LC Classifications||BR60A62 G6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 321 p.|
|Number of Pages||321|
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Apostolic Father, any of the Greek Christian writers, several unknown, who were authors of early Christian works dating primarily from the late 1st and early 2nd works are the principal source for information about Christianity during the two or three generations following the Apostles. They were originally called apostolic men (Apostolici). The Apostolic Fathers are a group of early Christian authors whose writings date back to the middle of the first century. Included among the Apostolic Fathers are St. Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch, St. Polycarp of Smyrna, Didache, Barnabas of Alexandria, The Shepherd of Hermas, and Diognetus.1/5(1).
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The Apostolic Fathers is an important collection of writings revered by early Christians but not included in the final canon of the New Testament.
Here a leading expert on these texts offers Apostolic Fathers book authoritative contemporary translation, in the tradition of the magisterial Lightfoot version but thoroughly by: Reading the writings of these first post-Apostolic Fathers is to enter a world of belief and confidence of faith that speaks of truly knowing Christ as the resurrected Lord of all the earth.
These men--these martyrs--knew Him and the power of His resurrection, thus desiring to be conformed to Him even in His death/5(69). This trilogy is the accounts of the early Apostolic Fathers written by Philip Schaff and edited by Alexander Roberts, D.D.
& James Donaldson, LL.D. These versions were published in and the ambitious aim has been to present English translations of the complete works and whereabouts of the early church Fathers down to the date of the first. Following the publication of his revised translations in The Apostolic Fathers in English, 3rd ed., Michael Holmes, a leading expert on these texts, offers a thoroughly revised and redesigned bilingual edition, featuring Greek (or Latin) and English on facing uctions and bibliographies are generous and up to Apostolic Fathers book.
In the textual apparatus, existing notes have/5. Following the recent publication of his revised translations in The Apostolic Fathers in English, 3rd ed., Michael Holmes, a leading expert on these texts, offers a thoroughly revised and redesigned bilingual edition, featuring Greek (or Latin) and English on facing pages.
Introductions and bibliographies are generous and up to date. The Apostolic Fathers, Vol 1 book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. THIS EDITION HAS BEEN REPLACED BY A NEWER EDITION The w /5. Apostolic Fathers, the. —Christian writers of the first and second centuries who are known, or are considered, to have had personal relations with some of the Apostles, or to have been so influenced by them that their writings may be held as echoes of genuine Apostolic restricted by some to those who were actually disciples of the Apostles, the.
Brannan, Rick. The Apostolic Fathers in English. Lexham Classics; Bellingham, Wash.: Lexham Press, pp.; Pb. $ Link to Lexham Press Rick Brannan is the “Information Architect for Logos Bible Software” He edited the Apostolic Fathers Greek-English Interlinear (Lexham Press, ), a resource available in Logos Bible Software.
An exposition of the dogmatic teaching of individual Fathers will be found under their respective names. The Apostolic Fathers, as a group, are found in no one manuscript.
The literary history of each will be found in connection with the individual studies. The first edition was that of Cotelerius, above referred to (Paris, ).
The Apostolic fathers is an important collection of work in the earliest stratum of Christianity. Many of these works were seriously considered for inclusion in the collection of the New Testament.
They provide keen insight and context /5(3). Question: "Who were the Apostolic Fathers?" Answer: The Apostolic Fathers were a group of early Christian leaders and authors who lived shortly after the apostles.
Their writings are typically dated between AD 80– Most of the Apostolic Fathers are believed to have known the apostles personally or were connected to them in some way. Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Apostolic Fathers books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles.
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The Apostolic Fathers: The Shepherd of Hermas. The Martyrdom of Polycarp. The Apostolic Fathers, Light and Life Publishing Co., Minnesota, English text is revised by: Yuvone Tadros Sydney- Australia. 6 LECTURES IN PATROLOGY INTRODUCTION TO PATROLOGY.
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You’ll sit at the feet of the apostles, celebrate the Eucharist in hiding, and tremble at the suffering they endured for Jesus : $ ANF The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus by Philip Schaff.
This document has been generated from XSL (Extensible Stylesheet Language) source with RenderX XEP Formatter, version Client Academic. Apostolic Fathers. The Apostolic Fathers "consists of persons and documents that interpreted and applied the apostolic message in the first apostleless generation " (Olson, The Story of Christian Theology, p.
41).They were acknowledged as leaders in the early church because of their close connections with the Apostles (e.g. Peter, Paul, John etc.).). Thus, they provide a link. The Apostolic Fathers are a group of early Christian authors whose writings date back to the middle of the first century.
Included among the Apostolic Fathers are St. Clement of Rome, Ignatius of Antioch, St. Polycarp of Smyrna, Didache, Barnabas of Alexandria, The Shepherd of Hermas, and Diognetus. J.B.
Lightfoot’s collection and translation of many of the works of the Apostolic fathers is a must-read for anyone wanting to expand his or her knowledge of early Christian thought and the theological roots of our faith.
This book is largely comprehensive in its inclusion of the earliest Church documents. The Apostolic Fathers, edited and completed by J. Harmer (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, ). The diglot was reprinted by Baker Book House in The Apostolic Fathers: Revised Greek Texts with Introductions and English Translations, edited by J.
Lightfoot and J. Harmer (Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, ). The “Apostolic Fathers” is the description commonly applied to early Christian writers whose works date from the end of the first century to about the middle of the second century.
Their works, concerned mostly with practical and moral issues, provide glimpses of the progress of Christianity in the decades closest to the New Testament period.The Apostolic Fathers were Christian theologians who lived in the 1st and 2nd centuries AD, who are believed to have personally known some of the Twelve Apostles, or to have been significantly influenced by them.
Their writings, though popular in Early Christianity, were ultimately not included in the canon of the New Testament once it reached its final form.The writings of the Apostolic Fathers give a rich and diverse picture of Christian life and thought in the period immediately after New Testament times.
Some of them were accorded almost Scriptural authority in the early Church. This new Loeb edition of these essential texts reflects current idiom and the latest scholarship.
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