Christianity, Book-Burning and Censorship in Late Antiquity by Dirk Rohmannless than 1 per cent, of ancient literature has survived. The role of Christian authorities in the active suppression and destruction of books in Late Antiquity has received little consideration. argues that in addition to heretical, magical, astrological and anti-Christian books, other less obviously subversive categories of literature were vulnerable through prohibition of copying manuscripts.
The Church's Bible by Judith L. KovacsEach volume contains an introductory essay on interpreting the Old or New Testament, an introduction to the biblical text, and a chapter-by-chapter commentary on a selected book of the Bible, with lengthy passages (anywhere from a paragraph to several pages) selected from the church fathers and translated especially for the series. Incomplete.
Christian Oxyrhynchus : texts, documents, and sources by Lincoln H. Blumellcompendium of all published papyri, parchments, and patristic sources that relate to Christianity at Oxyrhynchus before the fifth century CE. new and expanded editions of Christian literary and documentary texts that include updated readings, English translations, and comprehensive notes. Online available.