Patristic and Medieval Atonement Theory

Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN-13 : 0810884356

Page : 222 pages

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This guide will familiarize readers with the primary and secondary resources available for the study of patristic and medieval doctrines of Atonement. The book introduces the nature of the topic, clarifies the central issues, and provides readers with the bibliographic tools to begin a more in-depth study of the topic.

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