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Domestic and Social Character of the Primitive Christians

Antiquities of the Christian Church
XVIII. Domestic and Social Character of the Primitive Christians

Domestic and Social Character of the Primitive Christians

This interesting portion of Christian Antiquities is passed in silence, by Augusti, Rheinwald and Siegel. But it is indispensable in order to form a just estimate of the character of the primitive Christians, and of the true spirit of their religion.

The following compilations are accordingly made from Jamieson, to whom frequent reference has been made in the progress of this work; and from an article by Prof Stowe in the Biblical Repository for July, 1840. These representations, however, should be understood as relating to the earliest periods of the church, antecedent to the sad declensions which soon overshadowed the cloudless light in which Christianity arose upon the world.

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