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This edition of the Early Church Fathers series has been optimized for use on the Kindle with a hierarchical Table of Contents that minimizes the number of page turns required to locate a section of the volume. This edition is among the most accurate electronic editions available, but Hebrew characters do not display on the Kindle.

This volume includes the writings of Gregory Thaumaturgus, Dinoysius the Great, Julius Africanus, Anatolius and Minor Writers, Methodius, and Arnobius.

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The works of Gregory Thaumaturgus make up about 13% of the volume. He is a saint in both the Catholic and Orthodox traditions. He was a disciple of Origen. His works are mainly from the mid 3rd century. He is best known for his 'Panegyric Addressed to Origen' as well as several other works. There is also a short 'Declaration of Faith', and a longer 'Metaphrase of the Book of Ecclesiastes' and a 'Canonical Epistle'. This was an interesting snapshot of 3rd century writing.

The next section contains the writings of Dionysius and they take up about 9% of the volume. He was the bishop of Alexandria in the mid 3rd century and was also a disciple of Origen. Most of his works are fragments of larger works that are no longer extant. Many of them are administrative and some address doctrines directly such as the teaching of Sabellius and his rejection of the eternity of matter.

The writings of Julius Africanus were very short and covered various subjects. He lived in the early 3rd century and was with the Alexandrian school.

Next is a section on Anatolius and several other minor writers. These are a bunch of short fragments from several minor writers from the 3rd and 4th centuries. There were some interesting bits in here, but as with most of these writings, many that were of very little interest to me.

Archelaus, bishop of Caschar, is the next author who takes up 13% of the book. He is a 3rd century bishop known for his disputation of the Manichaeans heresy, which these writings cover. It is a good introduction to the fight against this heresy.

Next is Alexander of Lycoplis, a 4th century bishop, who also wrote against the Manichaeans heresy in a relatively short work.

Peter, Bishop of Alexandria comes next. He was a 4th century bishop who wrote a few short works that we have today.

Alexander, bishop of Alexandria comes next. He was bishop in the mid 4th century and we have only a few of his writing here.

Methodius' writings take of 17% of this book. He was bishop of Olympus in the late 3rd and early 4th centuries. He was a martyr and was best know for his writings against Origen. His writings cover many subjects including chastity, free-will, the resurrection, and many fragments on other subjects.

The remainder of the book was the writings of Arnobius, an early 4th century apologist, which take up 30% of the book. The main works are seven books 'Against the Heathen's'. It was interesting to see how he made fun of the heathen Gods, manner of worship, and superstitions. The style is not much different than what we see today of people making fun of religion.

Overall, these writings would mainly be of interest to scholars interested in early Christian history, but there are a few jewels included in the writings that I enjoyed. As with other volumes in this work, you see an evolution of belief in certain doctrines and can find support for almost any Christian doctrine that you want.
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