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The primitive church, studied with special reference to the origins of the Christian ministry;

Author: Burnett Hillman Streeter
Publisher: New York, Macmillan, 1929.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Burnett Hillman Streeter
OCLC Number: 599710
Notes: Hewett lectures, 1928.
Description: xiii, [1], 323 p. ill. (map) 21 cm.
Contents: History and legend --
The apostles and the churches --
The evolution of church order in the New testament --
The church in Asia --
The church in Syria --
The church of Rome --
Alexandria and the patriarchates --
Appendices. Pionus' Life of Polycarp ; The letters of Ignatius and Polycarp ; Origin and date of the 'Didache' ; Irenaeus and the early popes ; A Gnostic hymn.
Responsibility: lectures delivered on the Hewett foundation, by Burnett Hillman Streeter.

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