History 424--Early Church History
A few helpful links:
The Catholic Encyclopedia.
one of the best online resources for Early Church History (and religion
in general). You'll find there information about each of the New
books and about all of the religious movements mentioned in class
contains on-line Greek and Hebrew texts. Excellent for those
Biblical languages--though it takes a few minutes to figure out how to
use. If you want more on the Greek terms we discuss in class
pistis, sarx, soma, etc.), you can find help here.
Library will direct you to patristic
texts on the Web. You can find links to Origen's De
Principias, Justin Martyr's First
Apology , Athenagoras' Plea
for the Christians and plenty of other fascinating texts.
Early Church Fathers
site (from Wheaton University) has almost all Ante-Nicene works
in English (and lots of Nicene and Post-Nicene stuff too). What
has done is put both the A. Cleveland Coxe edition of the
Fathers and the Philip Schaff edition of the Nicene and Post-Nicene
Argos is a search engine
to ancient and medieval topics. You might find it a bit more
than Altavista or Yahoo.
Biblical Studies Foundation
concise summaries of all the Old Testament books and other study aids.
A few other possibly helpful links: