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1851741801 TITLE: IRENAEUS OF LYONS ON BAPTISM & EUCHARISTAUTHOR: POWER, DAVID NISBN 10: 1851741801ISBN 13: : DATE: 1991PAGES: 29pDESCRIPTION: This volume will have either underlining or highlighting; or a weak (shaken) or repaired binding.
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3 David N. Power, Irenaeus of Lyons on Baptism and Eucharist. London: SCM Press, 1984) 170. Selected texts with Introduction, Translation and Annotation (Nottingham: Grove Books, 1991) 9. 4 Irenaeus, Against the Heresies, 4. 38. 1. 5 Against the Heresies, 4, 38, 2 6 Against the Heresies, 4, 38, 3. could also include some nascent idea of the development of doctrine that is compatible with contemporary historical consciousness.
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The Liturgical Portions of the Apostolic Constitutions. The Testamentum Domini. London: Published for the Alcuin Club by SPCK, 1983.
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