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By Andrew Louth

The output of Christian literature among c.100 and c.400 represents probably the most influential classes of textual oeuvres in any faith. Written commonly in Greek, Latin and Syriac, it emanated from all components of the early Christian global and helped expand its limitations. This background bargains a scientific account of that literature and its environment. The paintings of person writers is taken into account along 3 normal essays that survey the social, cultural and doctrinal context during which Christian literature arose. Cambridge Histories Online

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