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Personal narratives are powerful instruments for teaching, both for conveying information and for forming character. The martyrdom accounts preserved in the literature of early Christianity are especially intense and dramatic. However, these narratives are not readily available and are often written in intimidating prose, making them largely inaccessible for the average reader. This introductory text brings together key early Christian martyrdom stories in a single volume, offering new, easy-to-read translations and expert commentary. An introduction and explanatory notes accompany each translation. The book not only provides a vivid window into the world of early Christianity but also offers spiritual encouragement and inspiration for Christian life today.
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|Publisher:||Baker Publishing Group|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
About the Author
Bryan M. Litfin (PhD, University of Virginia) is head of strategy and advancement at Clapham School, a classical Christian school in Wheaton, Illinois. He previously served as professor of theology at Moody Bible Institute and is the author of several books, including Getting to Know the Church Fathers, and has written numerous scholarly articles and essays.