Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature to the End of the Sixth Century A.D., with an Account of the Principal Sects and Heresies.
by Henry Wace
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This reference book is a valuable resource
for teachers, students, pastors, and anyone interested in
early Christian history. A heralded religious academic,
Henry Wace attended King's College London and Oxford and
served in many churches in his time, even becoming the
Dean of Canterbury in 1903. His dictionary is a
comprehensive compilation of over 800 important Christian
characters, challengers, and literature. It features a
complete overview of the major players of Christianity
from its beginnings to the sixth century. The book also
includes a profile of each of the major heresies and sects of
Christianity though the ages and an analysis of the creeds and
literature of the early church. Concise yet detailed, this dictionary
is a natural choice for any book collection in need of a reliable review
of Christian history.
CCEL Staff Writer
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