Internet Resources for BHT512—The Formative Era

Barry W. Hamilton, Ph.D.

Northeastern Seminary (Rochester, NY)

 

Augustine of Hippo—an excellent website with summaries of his life and thought, as well as links to texts.

            Recommended.

 

Early Church Documents—one of the best places on the Internet to find patristic documents.  Highly recommended.

 

Early Church Fathers—another outstanding place to find patristic documents.  Highly recommended.

 

The Fathers of the Church—an extensive alphabetical list of patristic documents.  Highly recommended.

 

Internet Medieval Sourcebook—thousands of primary documents from the patristic and medieval periods. Includes resources
            on the persecution of Christians, monasticism, the fall of the Roman Empire, and the Crusades. From Fordham             University.

 

New Testament Gateway—has several annotated links to sites related to NT studies and patristics.  Has several  links to

resources that discuss the formation of the NT canon. Recommended.

 

St. Thomas Aquinas—provides biographical information on the author of the Summa Theologica.  Taken from the 1908

edition of the Catholic Encyclopedia.  For in-depth study, consult more recent publications.

 

Summa Theologica—text of the entire work, based on a 1947 translation.

 

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