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Historical Atlas of Ancient Christianity

di OSA Italia | 6 Dicembre 2015


You are cordially invited to a

Book Signing with

Reverend Fr. Angelo Di Berardino, OSA

Distinguished Professor of Patristics & President Emeritus

Institutum Patristicum Augustinianum

ROME Italy

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Reception & Presentation

(Select from the following times/locations)

2:00pm – The Dickinson-Pancila Residence

204 County Route 537 West, Colts Neck, NJ 07722 or

7:30pm – The LaLima Residence

152 Bucks Mill Road, Colts Neck, NJ  07722

RSVP requested before 2 December 2015

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Historical Atlas of Ancient Christianity

The maps included in the Atlas document the spread of Christianity  and  its  growing  influence  in  the  ancient world from Africa to England, from Spain to Asia.  They provide key evidence for the existence and distribution of Episcopal sees in various geographical areas.  The atlas demonstrates how this growth and development was affected by forces inside and outside the church, such as the roman or Byzantine government or the barbarian invasions.  It also includes extensive bibliographies for scholars,  pastors  and  lay persons  to  use in  furthering their  own  study.    The  contents  of  this  volume  are designed to serve the academy and the church, pastors and lay persons alike who want to know more about the world of the ancient church.

This volume is being offered

for $ 00.00 per copy.

About the author:

Augustinian Father Angelo Di Berardino is the President Emeritus of the Augustinianum in Rome.    He has authored numerous works on patristics including the Encyclopedia of the Early Church and Patrology:   The Eastern Fathers from the Council of Chalcedon to John of   Damascus.   He also edited

Volume  5  of  the  Ancient  Christian  Doctrine  Series,  “We

Believe in One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic Church,” and serves as General Editor for the Italian edition of the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture.

Father Angelo has lectured throughout the world and has offered his expertise at symposia sponsored by ecumen-

ical organizations and theological faculties.  During the sum- mer months he assists pastors in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles and has regularly visited the Diocese of Trenton during his time of research at the Center for Theological Inquiry of Princeton Theological Seminary.



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