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Classical Christian Doctrine by Ronald E. Heinegrasp the doctrines of the Christian faith considered basic from the earliest days of Christianity. identify major personalities and concepts, and each chapter concludes with discussion questions and suggestions for further reading.
Monotheism Between Pagans and Christians in Late Antiquity by S. Mitchellstudies how similarities between paganism and Christianity were obscured in the polemic that was waged by Christianity against paganism and in the pagan responses to it. debate about monotheism was not just about conceptions of the divine, but was part of the creation and defense of social, cultural and religious identities in Late Antiquity.
Aristotle and Early Christian Thought by Mark EdwardsAristotle, from the sixth century AD to the Italian Renaissance, was the dominant Greek voice in Christian, Muslim and Jewish philosophy. account of the slow appropriation of Aristotelian thought in the Christian world from the second to the sixth century. Concentrating on the great theological topics - creation, the soul, the Trinity, and Christology.
Arianism: Roman Heresy and Barbarian Creed by Roland Steinacheroverview of the evolution of the 'Arian' churches in the Roman world of Late Antiquity and their political importance in the late Roman kingdoms of the 5th-6th centuries. introduction to the subject, grounded in the historical context, then examine the adoption of Arian Christianity among the Gothic contingents of the Roman army, and its subsequent diffusion in the barbarian kingdoms of the late Roman world.
The Donatist Church in an Apocalyptic Age by Jesse A. Hooverexamines an apocalypse that never happened, seen through the eyes of a dissident church that no longer exists.studies how Donatists perceived the end of the world to offer a glimpse into the inner life of the dissident communion. Online available.