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Published .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Clement -- I, -- Pope,
  • Popes -- Primacy -- History of doctrines.

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Edition Notes

Statementby John Fuellenbach.
SeriesCatholic University of America. Studies in sacred theology ; 2d ser -- 267, Studies in sacred theology -- 2d ser., no. 267.
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 533 leaves
Number of Pages533
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18256392M

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  Ecclesiastical Office and the Primacy of Rome: An Evaluation of Recent Theological Discussion of First Clement. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of American Press, Gree, Bernard. Christianity in Ancient Rome: The First Three Centuries. New York: T&T Clark International, Gregory, Andrew F. “I Clement: An Introduction.”. Ecclesiastical Office and the Primacy of Rome: An Evaluation of Recent Theological Discussion of First Clement (Studies in Christian antiquity ; no. 20) Apr 1, by John Fuellenbach. Information on First Clement. On the internal evidence for the dating of 1 Clement, Welborn writes (The Anchor Bible Dictionary, v. 1, p. ):The epistle is customarily dated to . The first Epistle, bearing the name of Clement, has been preserved to us in a single manuscript only. Though very frequently referred to by ancient Christian writers, it remained unknown to the scholars of Western Europe until happily discovered in the Alexandrian manuscript.

John Fuellenbach, Ecclesiastical Office and the Primacy of Rome: An Evaluation of Recent Theological Discussion of First Clement. Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, Hbk. ISBN: pp Information on 2 Clement. Although known as 2 Clement, this document is in actuality an anonymous homily of the mid-second century. The author quotes from some document for the sayings of Jesus. Because the author betrays the redactional characteristics of both Matthew and Luke, it has been supposed that this author had access to a harmony. John Fuellenbach, Ecclesiastical Office and the Primacy of Rome: An Evaluation of Recent Theological Discussion of First Clement. Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, Washington, DC: Catholic University of America Press, Clement of Alexandria Theological Academy - S Wabash Ave, Chicago, Illinois - Rated 5 based on 3 Reviews "Dr. Dewayne Cook is an excellent 5/5(3).