"Thanks to the enormous databases now available, the editors have found thousands of citations and comments from Greek, Syrian, and Latin writers in antiquity. The result is what the Middle Ages called a 'glossed' Bible. Readers will use them for sermons, lessons, and other purposes,"---Commonweal. 326 pages, hardcover. InterVarsity.
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Date:May 8, 2009
A systematic approach to the thought of the Ancient Fathers has been needed for a long time. These volumes wonderfully arrange the Ancient thought with the corresponding biblical chapter and verse. They are a priceless addition to any theological library.