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Libyan Christianity 2: Christian Beginnings in Cyrene

Thomas Oden, professor of Theology Emeritus, Drew University; General Editor, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture, continues the themes of historic Christianity’s development in the Libyan region while continually exhorting us to learn the lessons of those who have gone before us. Of specific interest is the movement of intellectual history from south to north geographically.

W. H. Griffith Thomas Memorial Lectureship (Spring 2009)
  1. Libyan Christianity 1: A Libyan History Awaiting Discovery
  2. Libyan Christianity 2: Christian Beginnings in Cyrene
  3. Libyan Christianity 3: Christianity from Marmarica to Tripolitania
  4. Libyan Christianity 4: Why Are We Talking About Lybia?
Thomas C. Oden
Thomas Oden was professor of Theology Emeritus and Drew University and General Editor of the Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture series. He was a member of the United Methodist Church and is regarded as the founder of the paleo-orthodox movement. 
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