The Early Church: The Christian Church in the Roman Empire to Ad325 by Raymond Banks
Raymond Banks revised its popular text to conform to the revised standards. Although there is a gap of 2,000 years, the early Christian church experiences often reflect those of the…
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Raymond Banks revised its popular text to conform to the revised standards. Although there is a gap of 2,000 years, the earlyChristianchurch experiences often reflect those of the Church today.
This is a great and comprehensive examination of the beginnings of the Christian Church, from its origins in Palestine to the Council of Nicaea in 325. Many of the fears and developments that preoccupied the Fathers of the Church in these formative years were matters of their time.
However, the author also draws attention to an astonishing number of issues that resonate with Christians 20 years later, such as the role of women, the authority of Christian literature, hierarchical structures of the Church and the relationship between church and state. .
Most early church students, especially at the level of AS and A, will find this text very appropriate for their study. Throughout the book, the writings of Ignatius, Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Hippolytus, Tertullian, Cyprian and Origen are appropriately referred to.
Each chapter contains detailed coverage of the substantive tasks and questions for discussion through practical article titles for the examination standard
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