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Patristic Sources - Indexes
Compiled Allusions to the New Testament in the Ante-Nicene Fathers. Cumbersome but useful for Scripture citation in many Early Church writings
On creationism - Scripture and Church Fathers
St. John Chrysostom
Fathers & the Bible (Books)
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- Fathers Bible
- Early interpretation Bible
"In imitation of the method of
the bee, I shall make my composition from those things which are
conformable with the truth and from our enemies themselves gather the
fruit of salvation. But I shall reject all that is worthless and falsely
labeled as knowledge."
St. John the Damascene
Old and New Testament Abstracts (For Articles)
Old Testament Abstracts This link opens in a new window
Advanced tool. Abstracts (short summaries) from over 500 academic journals about field of Old Testament studies; international scope. Also abstracts books on related topics.
New Testament Abstracts This link opens in a new window
Advanced tool. Abstracts (short summaries) from over 500 academic journals about field of New Testament studies; international scope. Also abstracts books on related topics.
The Latin phrase "lectio divina" means divine reading. It is a particular practice of prayerful meditative reading that the monastics developed in the early church. Christians today may find it useful for the discipline of deeply reflective reading or scripture and devotional material.