Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series II

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Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series II  (1885) 
Alexander Roberts and James Donaldson (original translators and editors);
Arthur Cleveland Coxe (editor of American edition, unauthorized; and author of annotations, notes, and introductions);
Philip Schaff (also credited as editor);
et al.

The Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers is a set of books containing translations of early Christian writings into English. It was published in 1885. Like the Ante-Nicene Fathers series it was produced by pirating earlier translations commissioned and issued in the United Kingdom, often by the Edinburgh firm of T. & T. Clark, but also using material from the Oxford Movement series of the Library of the Fathers.

Excerpted from Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

This collection was preceded by Ante-Nicene Fathers and Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series I.

  • Volume I: Eusebius: Church History from A.D. 1-324, Life of Constantine the Great, Oration in Praise of Constantine
  • Volume II: Socrates: Church History from A.D. 305-438; Sozomenus: Church History from A.D. 323-425
  • Volume III: Theodoret, Jerome and Gennadius, Rufinus and Jerome
  • Volume IV: Athanasius: Select Writings and Letters
  • Volume V: Gregory of Nyssa: Dogmatic Treatises; Select Writings and Letters
  • Volume VI: Jerome: Letters and Select Works
  • Volume VII: Cyril of Jerusalem, Gregory Nazianzen
  • Volume VIII: Basil: Letters and Select Works
  • Volume IX: Hilary of Poitiers, John of Damascus
  • Volume X: Ambrose: Select Works and Letters
  • Volume XI: Sulpitius Severus, Vincent of Lerins, John Cassian
  • Volume XII: Leo the Great, Gregory the Great
  • Volume XIII: Gregory the Great II, Ephriam Syrus, Aphrahat
  • Volume XIV: The Seven Ecumenical Councils

This work was published before January 1, 1928, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.

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