The Apology of Aristides the Philosopher: Texts and Studies Contributions to Biblical and Patristic Literature Edited by J. Armitage Robinson


NB: Little of this literature has spiritual value, The value of this literature is elsewhere.  A great deal of mythology circulates about the events of these years, and is sometimes used to concoct libels on the Christians.  It is the task of some of those engaged in apologetic’s to look up the slanders and obtain the facts.  A collection of the primary data such as this is of immediate service in this task.   It is also interesting of itself, and those interested in finding out the facts of history for themselves will find it useful to have this data on hand. Roger Pearse

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Early Church Fathers – Additional Texts






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