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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An aged writing prefaced by the author in 1889, nevertheless, it is good survey of Christian history from 311-600 A.D. The last two sections were the most informative and interesting, chapter 9 ... Read full review

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Although, probably much outdated, it is a good read. The "History" starts from the death of the last apostle, John (c.100), to the beginning of Constantine's rise as the Roman emperor. However, the ... Read full review

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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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