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St. John Chrysostom: Baptismal Instructions (Ancient Christian Writers) (edition 1962)

by Paul W. Harkins (Translator)

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This series of eight instructions on baptism were given by St. John Chrysostom, probably at Antioch about 390. Their interest lies in Chrysostom's activity as a mystagogue for the baptismal candidates and as their instructor in Christian doctrine and morality immediately after their initiation.
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Title:St. John Chrysostom: Baptismal Instructions (Ancient Christian Writers)
Authors:Paul W. Harkins (Translator)
Info:The Newman Press (1962), Edition: New edition, 375 pages
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