The Syriac Church and Fathers: A Brief Review of the Subject
These lectures were indented to serve as a first introduction to the study of Syriac literature, and more especially to enable students to fit that literature and the history of Syria into their proper place in relation to the contemporary history of the Roman Empire and of the Christian Church.
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