Nicene and post-Nicene Christianity from Constantine the Great to Gregory the Great, A.D. 311-600, 5th ed. rev

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Eerdmans, Jun 1, 1960 - Religion - 1049 pages
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Excellent writing and very authoritative. - Christianbook.com
I would recommend it as a valuable reference tool. - Christianbook.com
This set is very detailed, but easy to read and follow. - Christianbook.com
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At my current pace, I will finish in about 4.5 years. - Goodreads

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Excellent and unbiased as a general history should be. Good commentary on issues related to historical events. Read full review

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There are several hermeneutical issues. Some scriptural texts that are cited for use in proving his point are taken out of context. nevertheless, using a careful eye of discernment one can profit from the read. Read full review

Contents

Sources and Literature
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ALLIANCE OF CHURCH AND STATE AND ITS INFLUENCE ON PUBLIC MORALS AND RELIGION
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DOWNFALL OF HEATHENISH AND TICTOBT OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE KOltAN EMPIRE
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