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Various Opinions Which Prevailed Among the Fathers of the North African Church Concerning the Treatment to Be Accorded to the Lapsi, as Shown in the Correspondence of Saint Cyprian
(Creighton University, 1952)
By 200 A.D. Christianity was so established in North Africa that Tertullian in his famous Apology to Scapula, the Proconsul, could boast that the decimation of the Christians of Carthage would result in a frightful decline ...
The Acts of the Martyr Philip of Heraclea in the Time of the Persecution of Diocletian
(Creighton University, 1963)
Among the early Christian writings appear the acta, the accounts of martyrdoms. One of the most interesting of these is the Passio Sancti Philippi. It concerns the trial and execution of Philip, the bishop of Heraclea in ...