The Seven Ecumenical Councils

Veritatis Splendor Publications - The seven ecumenical councils of the undivided Church, Their Canons and Dogmatic Decrees, Together with the Canons of All the Local Synods which have received Ecumenical acceptance.





The Complete Works of the Church Fathers: A total of 64 authors, and over 2,500 works of the Early Christian Church

- This is the full set of early Christian writings covering the first 4 centuries after Christ, as edited by Philip Schaff. A total of 64 authors, and over 2, 500 works are included in this collection. Everything has been cataloged in an organized fashion to make it easy to reference with the Kindle format.

The Complete Works of the Church Fathers: A total of 64 authors, and over 2,500 works of the Early Christian Church - The following authors are included in this collection:alexander of alexandriaalexander of lycopolisambroseaphrahatarchelausaristides the philosopherarnobiusathanasiusathenagorasAugustine of HippoBardesanesBarnabasBasil the GreatCaiusClement of AlexandriaClement of RomeCommodianusCyprian of CarthageCyril of JerusalemDionysius of RomeDionysius the GreatEphraim the SyrianEusebius of CaesareaGennadius of MarseillesGregory the Great, PopeGregory NazianzenGregory of NyssaGregory ThaumaturgusHermasHilary of PoitiersHippolytusIgnatius of AntiochIrenaeus of LyonsJeromeJohn of DamascusJohn CassianJohn ChrysostomJulius AfricanusJustin MartyrLactantiusLeo the Great, PopeMalchionMar JacobMathetesMethodiusMinucius FelixMoses of ChoreneNovatianOrigenPamphilusPapiasPeter of AlexandriaPolycarpRufinusSocrates ScholasticusSozomenSulpitius SeverusTatianTertullianTheodoretTheodotusTheophilusVenantiusVictorinusVincent of Lérins.





History Of The Christian Church The Complete Eight Volumes In One

- This is the complete eight volumes of schaff's 'History Of The Christian Church' in one convenient Kindle ebook complete with a fully linked table of contents to all volumes and their chapters.





Early History of the Christian Church: From its Foundation to the End of the Fifth Century Volume II

Lex De Leon Publishing - Orthodox Catholic historian Warren H. This is the second volume of a 3-volume set entitled "Early History of the Christian Church: From its Foundation to the End of the Fifth Century. Ny 1909-1924. Carroll, ” noting: “though privately an early modernist, lauded the work as “excellent and thorough, Duchesne, the late founder of Christendom College, in this classic did not challenge orthodox doctrine nor engage in indiscriminate debunking.

Louis duchesne 1843-1922 was a French church historian of first rank. His interest in the history of the early church was intensified by his travels in Greece and Asia Minor. Fully edited with linked footnotes. This second volume covers the fourth Century: The Great Persecution, Ambrose, Eusebius, Athanasius, Julian, Constantine, Basil, etc.

Early History of the Christian Church: From its Foundation to the End of the Fifth Century Volume II - Duchesne’s classic work served as the standard introduction to the early church for many years. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1887 and completed his theological studies at Rome. Originally published in french as “Histoire ancienne l’Eglisse” Paris, 1905-1910 The index of forbidden books was essentially abolished in 1966 by Pope Paul VI.

In 1895 he was nominated director of the French School at Rome, a position he held until his death. He was elected a member of the French Academy in 1910





Early History of the Christian Church: From its Foundation to the End of the Fifth Century Volume III

Lex De Leon Publishing - 1287 – 1289. Orthodox Catholic historian Warren H. Considered too modernist by the church during the time when the movement of Modernism was formally condemned under Pope Pius X, Duchesne’s 3-volume “Early History” was placed on the Index of Forbidden Books in 1912. He died in 1922, in rome, and is buried in the cemetery of Saint-Servan.

Historians today concede that Catholic historical scholarship came to a legitimate maturity in the 19th century, especially through the publication of sources. He became a professor of ecclesiastical history at the Institut Catholique in Paris in 1885. The index of forbidden books was essentially abolished in 1966 by Pope Paul VI.

Early History of the Christian Church: From its Foundation to the End of the Fifth Century Volume III - 4, p. Carroll, the late founder of christendom college, lauded this specific work as “excellent and thorough, ” noting: “Though privately an early modernist, Duchesne, in this classic did not challenge orthodox doctrine nor engage in indiscriminate debunking. A french church historian of first rank, louis Duchesne 1843-1922, was ordained to the priesthood in 1887 and completed his theological studies at Rome.

He was elected a member of the French Academy in 1910 Only a man endowed with the true historical sense, doctrinal, dedication and vocation could chart his way through the virtually impenetrable thicket that still envelopes the age of early Christianity in the East as well as in the West with its dogmatic, sectional interests poorly documented as they still are.

. His interest in the history of the early church was intensified by his travels in Greece and Asia Minor.





The Early Church: From Ignatius to Augustine

Moellon House - George hodges was an american theologian and dean of the Episcopal Theological School at Cambridge Massachusetts. But who were its leaders?and how did it survive through waves of hostility and oppression?George Hodges, in this fascinating history, explains how the early Church developed from its lowly and persecuted origins of the first century through to becoming the main religion of the Roman Empire and the various kingdoms that succeeded it.

Hodges provides a full picture of the roman empire and its religion at this time, explaining how the Church was able to gain a foothold, how heresy nearly tore it apart and how many men and women sacrificed their own lives to protect the faith. He uncovers why by the third century the church began to develop into a settled and definite organisation, like Cyprian and Cyril, who assisted their followers, with leaders, convened at gatherings like the Council of Nicaea to agree on doctrinal matters and how monasticism developed in both the East and West.

The Early Church: From Ignatius to Augustine - Finally, hodges explains how the church was able survive the collapse of the Roman Empire, a state that had begun to protect and support the Church after Constantine’s conversion in 312. In the first century A. D. The roots of the early Church began to spread across the Roman world. The independent stated that many of his works were reissued during his lifetime due to “the high esteem in which his religious messages are held by the reading public.

This work was first published in 1915 and he died in 1919.





Early History of the Christian Church: From its Foundation to the End of the Fifth Century Volume I

Lex De Leon Publishing - He died in 1922, in rome, and is buried in the cemetery of Saint-Servan. His major works concentrate on early church history and the early documents of papal history. Historians today concede that Catholic historical scholarship came to a legitimate maturity in the 19th century, especially through the publication of sources.

. He became a professor of ecclesiastical history at the Institut Catholique in Paris in 1885. Fully edited with linked footnotes. This first volume covers the period from the foundation of the Christian Church to the end of the Third Century. Duchesne’s classic work served as the standard introduction to the early church for many years.

Early History of the Christian Church: From its Foundation to the End of the Fifth Century Volume I - Orthodox Catholic historian Warren H. Duchesne, by his close study of these sources, called into question some of the legends of the saints. Carroll, the late founder of christendom college, duchesne, lauded the work as “excellent and thorough, ” noting: “Though privately an early modernist, in this classic did not challenge orthodox doctrine nor engage in indiscriminate debunking.

Louis duchesne 1843-1922 was a French church historian of first rank. The index of forbidden books was essentially abolished in 1966 by Pope Paul VI. He was ordained to the priesthood in 1887 and completed his theological studies at Rome. Considered too modernist by the church during the time when the movement of Modernism was formally condemned under Pope Pius X, Duchesne’s 3-volume “Early History” was placed on the Index of Forbidden Books in 1912.





The Complete Works of St. Athanasius 20 Books: Cross-Linked to the Bible

- Most of his works center around defending the Christian faith. Circular Letter7. Anthony', which became the defining work of early monasticism. These writings have been cataloged in an organized fashion to make it easy to reference with the Kindle format. Anthony11. Statement of Faith5. Letters. On luke 10:22 matthew 11:276.

Deposition of Arius4. Defense of the Nicene Definition9. Defense of his flight14. Circular to the Bishops of Egypt and Libya12. In addition all the texts have been cross-linked to the King James Bible, which is included as an appendix. The followings books are included in this collected work:1. At the time there were a number of different understandings of Christ circulating throughout Egypt, and Christianity was not yet a well-defined, official religion of the Roman Empire.

The Complete Works of St. Athanasius 20 Books: Cross-Linked to the Bible - Against the Heathen2. Defense against the Arians8. As a result he would be present at Nicaea for the first Ecumenical council of the church. These works cover the full span of his life, beginning in 319 AD, when he wrote his famous, 'On the Incarnation of the Word'. Defense of Dionysius10





The Complete Ante-Nicene & Nicene and Post-Nicene Church Fathers Collection: 3 Series, 37 Volumes, 65 Authors, 1,000 Books, 18,000 Chapters, 16 Million Words

Catholic Way Publishing - Chrysostom: homilies on the acts of the Apostles and the Epistle to the RomansNPNF1–12. Jerome: the Principal Works of St. St. The complete ante-nicene & nicene and post-nicene church fathers collectionthe church fathers — the greatest christian classics! — complete edition: 3 series, 000 chapters, 1, 18, book index, 65 authors, 16 million Words — Includes an Active Index, 000 Books, 37 Volumes, 37 Tables of Contents for all Books & Chapters — Includes Illustrations by Gustave DorePublisher: Large E-Book.

The Complete Ante-Nicene & Nicene and Post-Nicene Church Fathers Collection: 3 Series, 37 Volumes, 65 Authors, 1,000 Books, 18,000 Chapters, 16 Million Words - The complete ante-nicene & nicene and post-nicene church fathers collectionante-nicene fathersanf01. Athanasius: select Works and LettersNPNF2–05. The apostolic fathers with Justin Martyr and IrenaeusANF02. St. Augustine: the Confessions and Letters of St. Jeromenpnf2–07. Fathers of the third century: tertullian: Part Fourth, Minucius Felix, Commodian, Origen: Parts First and SecondANF05.

St. Fathers of the second century: hermas, Athenagoras, Theophilus, Tatian, and Clement of Alexandria EntireANF03. John and the epistle to the hebrewsnicene and post-nicene fATHERS: SERIES 2NPNF2–01. St.





The Complete Works of St. John Chrysostom 36 Books

- Ignatius23. Homilies on First Corinthians5. Homilies on the Gospel of St. St. Babylas24. After a number of years he went to a cave to live in complete silence. Homilies on Ephesians7. Homilies on the Statues19. Homily on the Passage "If your enemy hunger, feed him. 30 Homilies on Titus14. Homilies on the Epistle to the Hebrews18.

Under her influence St. Homilies on Second Timothy13. Correspondence with Pope Innocent I36. St. No one can harm the man Who Does Not Injure Himself20 Homilies on the Gospel of John17. He lasted for two years until his health declined and he was forced to come back into the world. Homily on St. His father died soon after his birth and he was raised by his deeply pious mother.

The Complete Works of St. John Chrysostom 36 Books - John was drawn to become a monk, and when he mother died he withdrew to the wilderness. He was known for his love of scripture, and many of his sermons were compiled into commentaries. In 397 he was chosen to be the bishop of Constantinople, which was perhaps the most important Christian office of its day.





Against Heresies

Veritatis Splendor Publications - This work, which establishes irenaeus as the most important of the theologians of the second century, is a detailed and effective refutation of Gnosticism, and a major source of information on the various Gnostic sects and doctrines.