The Cambridge History of Early Christian Literature

The Cambridge History of Early Christian Literature

4.11 - 1251 ratings - Source

The writings of the Church Fathers form a distinct body of literature that shaped the early church and built upon the doctrinal foundations of Christianity established within the New Testament. Christian literature in the period c. 100a€“c. 400 constitutes one of the most influential textual oeuvres of any religion. Written mainly in Greek, Latin and Syriac, Patristic literature emanated from all parts of the early Christian world and helped to extend its boundaries. The History offers a systematic account of that literature and its setting. The works of individual writers in shaping the various genres of Christian literature is considered, alongside three general essays, covering distinct periods in the development of Christian literature, which survey the social, cultural and doctrinal context within which Christian literature arose and was used by Christians. This is a landmark reference book for scholars and students alike.Frances Young, Lewis Ayres, Andrew Louth. If Victor ... His writings consist of a collection of eighty acrostic poems in two books entitled Instructiones, and a poem in hexameters entitled Carmen de Duobus Populis, or Carmen Apologeticum.

Title:The Cambridge History of Early Christian Literature
Author:Frances Young, Lewis Ayres, Andrew Louth
Publisher:Cambridge University Press - 2004-04-01


You Must CONTINUE and create a free account to access unlimited downloads & streaming