A History of Christian Doctrine: In Succession to the Earlier Work of G.P. Fisher, Published in the International Theological Library Series
In this classic volume Professor Cunliffe-Jones has brought together a team of experts in various periods to create this comprehensive survey of the field.
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The Greek Apologists
Melito and Irenaeus
Eastern Theology from Origen to the Council of Nicaea
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