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Saints and sinners; men and ideas in the early church.

Author: Kurt Aland
Publisher: Philadelphia, Fortress Press [1970]
Edition/Format:   Print book : Biography : English
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Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Kurt Aland
OCLC Number: 94736
Notes: Translation of Kirchengeschichte in Lebensbildern dargestellt, v. 1, Die Frühzeit.
Description: vi, 250 pages 19 cm
Contents: Jesus : did he really live? --
Luke : who wrote the Gospels? --
Paul : the gospel goes to Europe --
Stephen : first apostle to the Gentiles --
Barnabas : an unsung missionary --
Aquila and Priscilla : the role of women --
Onesimus : the problem of wealth and station --
James, the brother of the Lord : the end of Jewish Christianity --
Peter : the sinner's comfort --
Clement of Rome : what was a bishop? --
Ignatius of Antioch : the office of a bishop --
Polycarp of Smyrna : model martyr --
Simon the magician : the struggle with Gnosticism --
Marcion : apostle of the strange God --
Montanus : the attempt to reverse history --
The apologists : defenders of the faith --
Justin Martyr : apologist and martyr --
The Scillitan martyrs : history written in blood --
The martyrs of Lyons and Vienne : they prayed for life --
Irenaeus : guaranteeing the faith --
Celsus : serious pagan criticism --
Clement of Alexandria : the Christian scholar --
Origen : controversial theologian --
Calixtus of Rome : the church is for sinners --
Tertullian : a passionate theologian --
Cyprian : outside the church, no salvation --
Novatus and Novatian : personal ambition --
Dionysius of Alexandria : how is Jesus God? --
Diocletian : persecution fails --
Constantine : a decisive supporter --
Donatus : defeat out of victory --
Arius : the influence of a dead heretic --
Athanasius : Christ-creature or eternal Son? --
Eusebius of Caesarea : father of church history --
Anthony : hermit of the desert --
Pachomius : founder of monasticism --
Julian the Apostate : lapsed Christian-last pagan --
Basil of Caesarea : an old question resolved --
Damasus of Rome : an early pope --
Theodosius the Great : not in a vacuum --
Ambrose of Milan : an impartial bishop --
Augustine : "Pick it up, read it" --
Pelagius : the adopted heretic --
John Chrysostom : the goldenmouthed preacher --
Nestorius : a new controversy --
Dioscurus : the person of Christ --
Leo I : the papacy-a finished product --
Justinian : a new age dawns.
Other Titles: Kirchengeschichte in Lebensbildern dargestellt,
Responsibility: Translated by Wilhelm C. Linss.

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