3 edition of Early Christianity Outside the Roman Empire: Two Lectures Delivered at Trinity College, Dublin found in the catalog.
1899 by Macmillan [distributor] .
Written in English
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Early Christianity outside the Roman empire: two lectures delivered at Trinity college, Dublin by Burkitt, F. Crawford (Francis Crawford), Pages: related portals: Christianity.; sister projects: Wikidata item.; Early Christianity outside the Roman Empire is a short set of lectures describing a number of important texts in early eastern Syriac Christianity, that is, the form of Christianity that emerged in Mesopotamia and Persia beyond the limits of the Roman texts discussed are the Homilies (or Demonstrations) of Aphrahat, a.
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