Paul Hinlicky reads the history of the early church as a genuine, centuries–long theological struggle to make sense of the confession of Jesus' life,...
Dealing with a time when "Christians" were moving towards separation from the movement's Jewish origins, this inaugural volume of A People's History of...
The particular excitement of this volume lies in its focus on the everyday realities of Christians' lives in the era of Christian ascendancy and Roman decline....
This third volume in the pioneering A People's History of Christianity series focuses on the religious lives of ordinary people and introduces the religion of...
The fourth volume in A People's History of Christianity series accents the astounding range of cultural and religious experience within medieval Christianity...
This focused look at women in the household context discusses the importance of issues of space and visibility in shaping the lives of early Christian women....
Bakke paints a fascinating picture of children's first real emergence as people against a backdrop of the ancient world. Using theological and social history...
Examining how God and eventually Christ are portrayed in early Christian art, Jensen explores questions of the relationship between art and theology, conflicts...
Common is the assumption that the piety of the earliest Christians is determinative for the church of all ages. But what were the basic features of this...
The definitive text in early church history, Frend's The Rise of Christianity offers a vast, panoramic sweep of Christianity's first six centuries, from the...
This volume explores the development of the doctrine of the Trinity in the patristic church as a result of the Arian controversy.
Covers the emergence of hermeneutical questions in the patristic period.
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Patristic & Medieval