Timeline of the Earliest Christian Works and Church Fathers
Podcast Episodes: 2.21 on, and season three.
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This is a timeline of the works and church fathers I mention in the podcast, and some other notable
worthies. The solid bars are the broadest dates accepted by scholars. Dashed bars indicate date ranges advocated by some scholars. I also have a
detailed table for you. The Timeline
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download a pdf file to print out.
Earliest Christian works and notables. Click the timeline to enlarge.
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