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Ante-Nicene Christian Library: Translations of the Writings of the Fathers Down to A.D. 325

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The Ante-Nicene Christian Library is a comprehensive collection of translations of the writings of the early Church fathers, spanning from the first century to the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD. Alexander Roberts has done an excellent job in compiling and translating these ancient texts, allowing readers to delve into the rich theological debates and discussions of the early Christian church.

The collection covers a wide range of topics, including theology, apologetics, ethics, and ecclesiology, providing valuable insights into the beliefs and practices of early Christians. The writings of renowned figures such as Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, and Clement of Alexandria are included, offering a glimpse into the diverse perspectives and ideas that shaped the development of Christian doctrine.

While the language of the translations may be a bit dated, the content remains relevant and thought-provoking for modern readers interested in early Christian history and theology. Overall, Ante-Nicene Christian Library is a valuable resource for anyone seeking a deeper understanding of the foundational texts that shaped the Christian faith.

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This collection is first in a series of writings from the ante-Nicene Fathers' works. This first collection includes all the so-called Infancy narratives from the New Testament Apocrypha. - Summary by KevinS

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