The Greek Fathers

The Greek Fathers : Their Lives and Adventures

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The Fathers of the Church were great, holy men of history who lived in the early centuries of Christian ity and made a significant impact on the Church and society by their lives and their tyeachings & writings. There are various groups of such men considered to be Fathers of the Church, and this work focuses on the lives, adventures and central teachings of the great Greek Fathers, whose names are well-known in the history of the Church. The author covers seven Greek Fathers who lived between the years 293 to 754, most of them living in the 200-400's. These are St. Athanasius (293-373), St. Basil (330-379), St. Gregory Nazianzos (330-390), St. John Chrysostom (344-407), St. Cyril of Jerusalem (315-386), St. Cyril of Alexandria (+444) and St. John of Damascus (+754). This work gives popular sketches of these great saints, focusing more on their lives than on their theology, and is meant for the inspiration and illumination of the layman. These men are important, great figures of history to know about, men who were mighty patriarchs or famous bishops, who lead councils, resisted Caesar and suffered persecution for Christ. Their lives and witness stand out as a bright beacon of light for us all.

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  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 134.62 x 198.12 x 27.94mm | 362.87g
  • Ignatius Press
  • San Francisco, CAUnited States
  • English
  • 1586170139
  • 9781586170134
  • 1,041,227

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