6 edition of Encyclopedia of the Early Church found in the catalog.
February 20, 1992
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||W.H.C. Frend (Foreword), Angelo Di Berardino (Editor), Adrian Walford (Translator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1746|
Early Christianity is a period in the history of Christianity, generally reckoned by church historians to begin with the ministry of Jesus (c. ) and end with the First Council of Nicaea (). It is typically divided into two periods: Christianity in the 1st century which is known as the Apostolic Age (c. 30–) and the Ante-Nicene Period (c. –). Dysinger, Luke, “Early Christian Monasticism”, The Encyclopedia of Ancient History Logan, F. Donald, A History of the Church in the Middle Ages, (Routledge, London. ) Vauchez, Andre, The Spir’ty of the Medieval West from the 8 th to the 12 th Century, (Cistercian, ).
The Seven, often known as the Seven Deacons, were leaders elected by the Early Christian church to minister to the community of believers in Jerusalem, to enable the Apostles to concentrate on 'prayer and the Ministry of the Word' and to address a concern raised by Greek-speaking believers about their widows being overlooked in the daily diakonia or ministry. As Catholics we can’t truly know who we are without knowing where we came from—those earliest Christians who, succeeding Jesus and the apostles, codified and built upon the teachings they inherited. 20 Answers: The Early Church reveals the legacy of our forefathers in the Faith, showing how they lived and what they believed.
The seven Churches are named for their locations. The Book of Revelation provides descriptions of each Church. Ephesus (Revelation ) -- The church known for having labored hard and not fainted, and separating themselves from the wicked; admonished for having forsaken its first love (). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
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Encyclopedia of the Early Church Hardcover – December 31, by Angelo di Berardino (Editor)Format: Hardcover. Sep 23, · Everett Ferguson has been president of the North American Patristic Society, served on the Council of the American Society of Church History, and is now on the Council of the Association Internationale d'ftudes Patristiques.
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Offers information about Early Christianity and late antiquity, from the earliest days of the Church, with coverage of the patristic period, to the period of John Damascene in the East and Bede in This title includes a section of 44 coloured maps and over pictures, many in colour.
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Church, The THE EARLY CHURCH  THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHURCH DOCTRINE  THE CHURCH IN THE MIDDLE AGES  THE RISE OF PROTESTANTISM  THE CHURCH IN THE MODERN WORLD  BIBLIOGRAPHY  The English word church and the German Kirche derive from the Greek Kyriake, which means “that which belongs.
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Written by a team of over scholars, the revised and enlarged Encyclopedia of Early Christianity, is a survey of Christianity's first six centuries. Encyclopedia of the Early Church, 2 Vols.
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Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.Church history ranges from the time of Christ to the middle ages, from the Reformation to present day.
Find books and references and learn. Hear about sales, receive special offers & more.The New Testament shows that at first Paul's opinion was not shared by most fellow Jews who believed in Jesus. The early church's decision to admit Gentiles into the community without first making them Jews (Acts 15) set the future direction for Christianity as .