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Christian women in the patristic world : their influence, authority, and legacy in the second through fifth centuries / Lynn H. Cohick and Amy Brown Hughes.

By: Cohick, Lynn H [author.].
Contributor(s): Hughes, Amy Brown [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Grand Rapids, M.I. : Baker Academic, c2017Edition: 1st edition.Description: xxxviii, 292 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780801039553.Subject(s): Women in Christianity -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600 | ReligionGenre/Form: History.DDC classification: 270.1082 Summary: From facing wild beasts in the arena to governing the Roman Empire, Christian women--as preachers and philosophers, martyrs and empresses, virgins and mothers -- influenced the shape of the church in its formative centuries. This book provides in a single volume a nearly complete compendium of extant evidence about Christian women in the second through fifth centuries. It highlights the social and theological contributions they made to shaping early Christian beliefs and practices, integrating their influence into the history of the patristic church and showing how their achievements can be edifying for contemporary Christians.
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From facing wild beasts in the arena to governing the Roman Empire, Christian women--as preachers and philosophers, martyrs and empresses, virgins and mothers -- influenced the shape of the church in its formative centuries. This book provides in a single volume a nearly complete compendium of extant evidence about Christian women in the second through fifth centuries. It highlights the social and theological contributions they made to shaping early Christian beliefs and practices, integrating their influence into the history of the patristic church and showing how their achievements can be edifying for contemporary Christians.

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