Apologist (The Fathers of the Church, Volume 73)
Publication Year: 2010
Published by: The Catholic University of America Press
Title Page, Copyright
In March 1972 Doctor Margaret Schatkin offered to the late Doctor Bernard Peebles, then Editor of The Fathers of the Church series, her translation of . . .
We are grateful to the following for permission to reproduce
Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, Michigan, for
Discourse on Blessed Babylas and Against the Greeks
The Discourse on Blessed Babylas and against the Greeks was probably written between 363 and 379-80. The date of composition must be after 363 because the peace treaty made with . . .
Our Lord, Jesus Christ; as he was about to go to his passion and die a life-giving death,1 on the very last night called his disciples aside and, conversing with them at length, gave them . . .
Demonstration Against the Pagans that Christ is God
The first portion of this volume deals with an apologetic treatise of St. John Chrysostom, De s. Babyla contra Julianum et gentiles, which presents an encomium on the triumph of Christianity . . .
There are few people  who would find it an easy thing to sustain their interest throughout a lengthy argument. Some men are naturally indifferent or have devoted themselves and all their energy . . .