essay on the doctrine and practice of the early Christians as they relate to war addressed to those who professto have a regard for the Christian name. by Thomas Clarkson

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SeriesTracts / Society for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace -- 3, Tracts -- 3.
ContributionsSociety for the Promotion of Permanent and Universal Peace.
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"Doctrine and Practice in the Early Church" is clearly written and carefully organized with cross-references throughout to its two companion volumes, "A New Eusebius and Creeds" and "Councils and Controversies" (revised editions SPCK and ).

The early Christians, however, did not at first think of applying the (Trinity) idea to their own faith. They paid their devotions to God the Father and to Jesus Christ, the Son of God, and they recognized the Holy Spirit; but there was no thought of these three being an actual Trinity, co-equal and united in One.

Historiography of early Christianity is the study of historical writings about early Christianity, which is the period before the First Council of Nicaea in Historians have used a variety of sources and methods in exploring and describing Christianity during this time.

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