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What is odd is that the Ante-Nicene Fathers do not really have all that much to say about alienation or the eschaton.
Moreover, the survey strikes a balance between treating in some detail key figures, such as various Ante-Nicene Fathers, influential popes, leading reformers, and important theologians, and summarizing the formation of and historical significance of key movements, their resulting denominations, and major institutions, such as monasticism, the Anabaptists, Millenarian movements, and the shift of the locus of Christianity to the global South.
Sider has limited himself largely to selecting from texts in the Ante-Nicene Fathers series.
(4.) Irenaeus, Against Heresies, in Ante-Nicene Fathers, vol.
xiv in Latin Christianity: Its Founder Tertullian, The Ante-Nicene Fathers, III, A.
In his spare time he pursues his interests in church history (particularly the ante-Nicene fathers) and is active in church music.
Leopold ed., Leipzig, Bernhard Tauchnitz 1839) ("[M]onogamus accurrit in spiritu, unam habens ecclesiam spousam, secundum Adam et Evae figuram; quam Apostolus in illud magnum sacramentum interpretatur, in Chn'stum et ecclesiam competisse carnali" monogamiae per spiritalem."), translated in 4 THE ANTE-NICENE FATHERS, supra, 59, 62 (1956) ("[Christ] stands before you a monogamist in spirit, having one Church as His spouse, according to the figure of Adam and of Eve, which (figure) the apostle interprets of that great sacrament of Christ and the Church....
416 of The Ante-Nicene Fathers: Translations of the Writings of the Fathers down to A.D.
See Alexander Roberts and James Donaldson, eds., Ante-Nicene Fathers (reprint, Peabody, Mass.: Hendrickson, 1999) (henceforth Ante-Nicene Fathers), 5:384, 421-29.
She begins with an introduction that goes over the origin of the genre of apocalyptic writing and the history of exegesis of the book of Revelation from the ante-Nicene fathers up to the Reformation.
The book tends, however, to be somewhat repetitive, and it suffers from some glaring typos: Darwin died in 1884 not 1844 (77); surely the anti-Nicene Fathers should be the ante-Nicene Fathers (86); and George Elliot should read George Eliot (121).
Nam manentibus in vita viris non modo decedunt, sed et alias eis utique ridentibus loco suo insinuant, adempto omni contactu usque ad osculum filiorum, et tamen durante usu perseverant in tali viduitatis disciplina, quae pietatis etiam sancta solatia excludit." English translation by Sydney Thelwall in Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol.