(PUBLiturgical)Splendid topical survey of how theology "was done" in a post-Nicene setting. Includes outstanding essays on heresy, the school of Alexandria, Christian apocrypha, the church as institution, the use of the Bible, pagan philosophy, and more. Makes the history of ideas an accessible, seamless read. 632 pages, hardcover.
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