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Short history of the early church,

Author: J F Hurst
Publisher: New York, Chautauqua Press, 1886.
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Hurst, J.F. (John Fletcher), 1834-1903.
Short history of the early church.
New York, Chautauqua press, 1886
(OCoLC)608890141
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J F Hurst
OCLC Number: 381233
Description: vi pages, 1 leaf, 134 pages including frontispiece, illustrations maps 17 cm
Contents: I. The church and its history --
II. The scene of the labors of the apostles --
III. The Greek and Roman conditions --
IV. The attitude of Judaism towards Christianity --
V. The period of universal persecution --
VI. Christian worship --
VII. The life of Christians --
VIII. Ecclesiastical organization --
IX. Ebionism and Gnosticism --
X. The pagan literary attack --
XI. The Christian defenders --
XII. The Christian schools --
XIII. Liberation under Constantine --
XIV. Reaction under Julian --
XV. The Montanistic reform --
XVI. Controversies concerning Christ --
XVII. The later controversies --
XVIII. Ecclesiastical schisms --
XIX. The scriptures and tradition --
XX. Apocryphal writings --
XXI. Theology during the early period --
XXII. Ecclesiastical government and the Roman primacy --
XXIII. Sacred seasons and public worship --
XXIV. Ecclesiastical discipline --
XXV. Christian life and usages --
XXVI. The church in the catacombs --
XXVII. Monasticism --
XXVIII. The age of Gregory the great --
XXIX. The expansion of Christianity --
XXX. The close of the early period.
Responsibility: by John F. Hurst.

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