Reference Studies in Medieval History

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II. THE CHURCH AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE
1. ORGANIZATION AND SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY
Sohm Rudolf, Outlines of Church History (1895), chaps. i, ii.
Hatch Edwin, Organization of the Early Christian Church, chaps. ii-v.
Harnack A., The Mission and Expansion of Christianity, I, Book I; Book II, chaps. iv, vii, ix; Book III, chap. i; II, Book IV, chap. ii.
Cambridge Medieval History, I, chap. vi.
Duchesne L., Early History of the Christian Church, chaps. i-iv, vii, ix-x, xxi, xxv-xxvi.
Glover T. R., Conflict of Religions in the Early Roman Empire, chaps. iv, v.
Rénan Ernest, The Apostles, chaps. vi, vii.
Robertson J. M., Short History of Christianity, Part I; Part II, chap. 1.
Ramsay Sir W., Pictures of the Early Apostolic Church: Its Life and Thought.
Ramsay Sir W., "The Statesmanship of Paul," Contemporary Review, LXXIX, 377.
Allen A. V. G., "Organization of Early Church," American Journal of Theology, VIII, 799.
Addis W. E., Christianity and the Roman Empire.
Wernle P., Beginnings of Christianity, II, chap. ii.
2. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL FACTORS IN SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY
Harnack A., Mission and Expansion of Christianity, I, 147-98.
Dill S., Roman Society from Nero to Aurelius, Book IV, chap. ii.
Kalthoff A., Rise of Christianity (translated by J. McCabe) ( 1907), chaps. v, vi, vii.
Rénan E., Apostles, chaps. vii, xvi, xvii.
Heath R., "Early Christianity and the Democratic Ideal," Contemporary Review, LXXIX, 715.
Clarke C. G., "Early Christianity and Class Influence," Contemporary Review, XLII, 916.
Deissman A., "Primitive Christianity and Lower Classes," the Expositor, February, March, April, VII ( 1909).
Deissman A., St. Paul: A study in social religious history.
Ramsay W., St. Paul the Traveller, pp. 228-31, 277-82. (Demetrius, cf. Acts xix, verses 21-41.)
Hicks E. L., "Demetrius the Silversmith," Expositor ( 1890), pp. 401-22.
Carlyle A. J., "Political Theory of Ante-Nicene Fathers," Economic Review, IX, 361.
Faulkner J. A., "Economic Questions in Early Church." Church Quarterly Review, LVII, 210.
Lea H. C., "Early Church and Slavery," North American Review, C. (Also in his Studies in Church History.)

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