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OUT OF PRINT!! Why not find out for yourself what the early Christians (c. 90 - 325) believed on a host of subjects such as salvation, free will, baptism, life after death, the Trinity, war, and Israel in prophecy. Read first hand the accounts of the early Christian martyrs. This is the most complete set of pre-Nicene writings available anywhere.

The set includes letters from several men who were personal disciples of the apostles such as Ignatius and Polycarp. These translations are quite literal and faithful to the original texts. They are not light reading, but they provide invaluable insight on how the generations closest to the apostles understood the Scriptures.

If you use the Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs on a regular basis, we recommend having the Ante-Nicene Fathers set on hand, so that you can look up the passages being quoted and read them in their full context. The Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs was designed to be used as an index to the Ante-Nicene Fathers, and it provides the volume and page in the Ante-Nicene Fathers where each quotation can be found.

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A Treasure Trove of Spiritual Insight
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Absolutely fantastic! With the help of volume ten, which is part of this magnificent set, you can unmistakably determine how the early Church understood Scripture, including the Apostles' teachings. Early church history literally unfolds before your eyes at the turn of each page. It will have you thinking and even re-thinking your own belief system. This reference set should be in the library of every serious disciple of Christ, particularly those who are in a position of teaching authority. A great (and much needed) companion to this set is "A Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs", as edited by David Bercot. I would also recommend " Eusebius' Ecclesiastical History" as translated by C.F. Cruse to be seriously considered as an addition to these references at some future date. Together, they will paint a panoramic scene of the first couple of centuries of early Christian beliefs, practices and daily life.

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If you like to read, this is for you. I have had two sets, and read only the first three volumes. It is long and tedious. But, like gold mining, if you are willing to work at it, there is a lot of gold in there.
 

 

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