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History: Doctrine and Heresies in the Early Church

I know not everyone will approach this site with the same degree of enthusiasm that I do, but this is great stuff: essays on the Councils of Nicea, Chalcedon, Constantinopal and Ephesus, Arianism, "Defending the Cannibals: How Christians responded to their critics' often strange accusations," "Devotion and Dissent: The Practice of Christianity in Roman Africa" during the second through seventh centuries, a 38-volume collection of writings from the first 800 years of the Church, "How the earliest church decided Marcion and the Gnostics, among others, were wrong," "Fine-Tuning the Incarnation," "Four Notorious Heretics," "Monophysites," Nestorius and the Chaldeaeans, Pelagius and Pelagianism, St. Pachomius Library: "uncopyrighted English translations of the Church Fathers, the acts of the Christian marty," Hilaire Belloc's "The Great Heresies," and "What Did the Montanists Read?" by Nicola Denzey, for starters. <>