The Early Christians: In Their Own Words
by Eberhard Arnold
Publisher: Plough Publishing House 1998
Number of pages: 293
Not merely a volume of collected writings of Christians living in early church communities, this anthology is a reflection of a faith and a way of life aflame with uninhibited zeal and unwavering devotion. A clear and vibrant faith lives in these writings.
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