By Frank Williams
Now in paperback from SBL Press This quantity of Frank Williams translation comprises Books II and III of the Panarion.The ebook is mainly serious about the sects modern with Epiphanius, the Arian, Manichaean and others. It therefore describes the idea of the fourth century church, and encompasses a variety of resource records, lots of them came upon simply the following. Frank Williams deals the single complete translation of Epiphanius in a latest language.
- Paperback layout of an important Brill translation
- Coverage of Gnostic and Jewish Christian groups
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