History of Early Christian Literature
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Clean, tight, square, and bright first edition bound in red cloth with gilt title on spine. PO's bookplate on ffep, very light wear to head and foot of spine, else fine. Dust is unclipped ($2.50), with a few chips at head of spine and bottom edge of back panel. The jacket has been covered with non-removable plastic lamination. Traces the rise of early Christian literature from Paul and the Evangelists to Constantine and the Nicene Council of 325 AD. Presents the developement of literary techniques and the rise of Gospel-type literature, creeds, doctrines, clergy, and rites. 324 pages includes index, chronology, bibliography. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 0000001911
Titel: History of Early Christian Literature
Verlag: University of Chicago Press, Chicago
Zustand: Very Good
Zustand des Schutzumschlags: Good
Auflage: First Edition
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