Skip to comments.Getting Started with the Early Fathers
Posted on 03/05/2006 5:53:13 PM PST by sionnsar
It's one of those questions that just about everyone one of us wants to ask once we've begun to delve into theology, but many (not mentioning names) are just afraid to ask for fear of appearing ignorant and unsophisticated. Well Marcellino D'Ambrosio, in a highly readable piece published over at Spero News will help you get yourself up to speed without anyone knowing you weren't already there.
Read it here: http://www.speroforum.com/site/article.asp?idCategory=31&idsub=155&id=2757
posted by albion
Here's a link you can use:
Thanks to both of you for these resources. I had been looking for some good Lenten readings...and beyond.
The link I posted has a bunch of blind links on it. Try this one:
and click on "The Library". That will take you to an on line version of the Ante and Post Nicene Fathers; looks like the complete set.
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