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From the Publisher
At last - at long last - someone has written a book that introduces the general reader to early Christians and their world. . . . Professor Kelly shows himself a master of both classroom and research carrel, and one thing more: He writes in graceful, crystal clear, and lively prose, unburdened with even the slightest hint of jargon.
Journal of Early Christian Studies
A well-written introduction to a vast topic. . . . I have been strongly recommending it to both graduates and undergraduates around the Southeast.
William Harmless, S.J., Spring Hill College
. . . belongs in any parish library or in any university library where introductory courses on Christianity are taught. It will serve well as a supplemental volume for college courses or parish classes on early Church history, theology, or spirituality.
Anglican Theological Review