Series: Bibliothèque de théologie

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Gospel message and Hellenistic culture by Jean Daniélou
Natural law; a theological investigation by Josef Fuchs
The Origins of Latin Christianity by Jean Daniélou
Theologie de l'Ancien Testament, Tome I: Dieu. by P. van Imschoot
The theology of Jewish Christianity by Jean Daniélou
Theology of the Old Testament by Paul van Imschoot

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  1. A new Eusebius; documents illustrative of the history of the church to A.D. 337. by W. H. C. Frend (1957)
  2. The rise of Christianity by W. H. C. Frend (1984)
  3. Origen by Henri Crouzel (1985)
  4. The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine, Volume 1: The Emergence of the Catholic Tradition (100-600) by Jaroslav Pelikan (1971)
  5. The Origins of Christian Morality: The First Two Centuries by Wayne A. Meeks (1993)
  6. From Nicaea to Chalcedon by Frances M. Young (1983)
  7. Holiness and the will of God: Perspectives on the theology of Tertullian (New foundations theological library) by Gerald Lewis Bray (1979)
  8. James the Brother of Jesus: The Key to Unlocking the Secrets of Early Christianity and the Dead Sea Scrolls by Robert H. Eisenman (1997)
  9. Lord Jesus Christ: Devotion to Jesus in Earliest Christianity by Larry W. Hurtado (2003)
  10. Early Christian Thought and the Classical Tradition by Henry Chadwick (1966)
  11. Early Christian Doctrines: Revised Edition by J. N. D. Kelly (1960)
  12. The Christological Controversy by William G. Rusch (1980)
  13. Your People Shall Be My People by Don Finto (2001)
  14. Judaism and Hellenism: Studies in Their Encounter in Palestine During the Early Hellenistic Period by Martin Hengel (1974)
  15. Orthodoxy and Heresy in Earliest Christianity by Walter Bauer (1971)

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