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Exploring the concept of the kingdom of God, this thesis is based on Patristic sources from the time of Clement of Rome to that of John of Damascus. Herrick begins with the Apostolic Fathers to set the stage for the major divisions that follow. Divided into the Ante-Nicene Fathers and the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, the sources are divided into the Greek and Latin traditions and the major theologians and historic sources are examined for what they indicate about the theme. Written in non-technical language, this volume is readable by laity and specialists alike.
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Series: Analecta Gorgiana 177
Publication Date: May 20,2010
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Page Count: 119
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-60724-269-7
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Exploring the concept of the kingdom of God, this thesis is based on Patristic sources from the time of Clement of Rome to that of John of Damascus. Herrick begins with the Apostolic Fathers to set the stage for the major divisions that follow. Divided into the Ante-Nicene Fathers and the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, the sources are divided into the Greek and Latin traditions and the major theologians and historic sources are examined for what they indicate about the theme. Noting that prior to Augustine’s City of God no known thesis on this important theme exists, Herrick notes that such a resource as this book is necessary to understand what early Christians believed on the topic. While there is no specific treatise, the subject is widely addressed in scattered literature, and it is this material that Herrick has skillfully culled here to provide a single resource on an essential Christian doctrine. Written in non-technical language, this volume is readable by laity and specialists alike.

Henry Martyn Herrick (1861-1923) attended Yale Divinity School and earned his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. This volume is his published thesis.

Exploring the concept of the kingdom of God, this thesis is based on Patristic sources from the time of Clement of Rome to that of John of Damascus. Herrick begins with the Apostolic Fathers to set the stage for the major divisions that follow. Divided into the Ante-Nicene Fathers and the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, the sources are divided into the Greek and Latin traditions and the major theologians and historic sources are examined for what they indicate about the theme. Noting that prior to Augustine’s City of God no known thesis on this important theme exists, Herrick notes that such a resource as this book is necessary to understand what early Christians believed on the topic. While there is no specific treatise, the subject is widely addressed in scattered literature, and it is this material that Herrick has skillfully culled here to provide a single resource on an essential Christian doctrine. Written in non-technical language, this volume is readable by laity and specialists alike.

Henry Martyn Herrick (1861-1923) attended Yale Divinity School and earned his Ph.D. at the University of Chicago. This volume is his published thesis.

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  • THE KINGDOM OF GOD IN THE WRITINGS OF THE FATHERS (page 5)
  • PREFACE (page 7)
  • CONTENTS (page 8)
  • CHAPTER I: INTRODUCTION (page 11)
  • PERIOD I: THE APOSTOLIC FATHERS: CHAPTER II (page 17)
  • PERIOD II: THE ANTE-NICENE FATHERS SUBSEQUENT TO THE APOSTOLIC (page 23)
  • CHAPTER IV: CLEMENT OF ALEXANDRIA, ORIGEN, AND METHODIUS (page 27)
  • CHAPTER V: THE APOCRYPHAL WRITINGS, THE APOSTOLIC CONSTITUTIONS, AND THE CLEMENTINES (page 32)
  • CHAPTER VI: THE LITURGIES AND MINOR GREEK FATHERS (page 37)
  • CHAPTER VII: TERTULLIAN AND CYPRIAN (page 40)
  • CHAPTER VIII: LACTANTIUS AND THE MINOR LATIN FATHERS (page 45)
  • PERIOD III: THE NICENE AND POST-NICENE FATHERS. CHAPTER IX: THE HISTORIANS-EUSEBIUS, SOCRATES, SOZOMEN, AND THEODORET (page 48)
  • CHAPTER X: ATHANASIUS (page 51)
  • CHAPTER XI: EPHRAEM SYRUS AND APHRAHAT (page 54)
  • CHAPTER XII: BASIL, CYRIL OF JERUSALEM, GREGORY NAZIANZEN, AND GREGORY OF NYSSA (page 57)
  • CHAPTER XIII: CHRYSOSTOM (page 63)
  • CHAPTER XIV: JOHN OF DAMASCUS (page 68)
  • CHAPTER XV: HILARY (page 70)
  • CHAPTER XVI: AMBROSE (page 73)
  • CHAPTER XVII: JEROME, RUFINUS, SULPITIUS, AND VINCENT (page 76)
  • CHAPTER XVIII: AUGUSTINE (page 80)
  • CHAPTER XIX: CASSIAN (page 94)
  • CHAPTER XX: LEO THE GREAT AND GREGORY THE GREAT (page 98)
  • CHAPTER XXI: ADDITIONAL REFERENCES FROM THE CATENA AUREA (page 100)
  • CHAPTER XXII: SUMMARY AND CONCLUSION (page 102)
  • SCRIPTURAL QUOTATIONS (page 109)
  • INDEX OF REFERENCES TO THE KINGDOM IN THE WORKS OF THE FATHERS UNDER CONSIDERATION: THE APOSTOLIC FATHERS (page 111)
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