The Writings of Tatian and Theophilus and The Clementine Recognitions: Ante Nicene Christian Library Translations of the Writings of the Fathers Down to AD 325 Part Three
Alexander Roberts, James Donaldson
Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Religion - 496 pages
1867. Part Three of Twenty-four. The translations of the writings of the early Church writers from the time of Christ till the Council of Nicea in 325 into English, known as the Ante-Nicene Library. Contents of Volume Three: Tatian. Translated by Reverend B.P. Pratten. Address to the Greeks, Fragments of Lost Works; Theophilus. Translated by Reverend Marcus Dods. The Three Books of Theophilus of Antioch to Autolycus; and Clement. Translated by Reverend Thomas Smith. The Recognitions of Clement, Books I-X. See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing.
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The Clementine Recognitions shows that even while in danger of being fed to lions 1st and 2nd Century Christians enjoyed a good read which validated their then radical world views. A surprisingly good read even 20 centuries later. Read full review