The Donatist Church

A Movement of Protest in Roman North Africa

The story of the Donatist Church in North Africa may be interpreted as a phase in the conflict between Latin and native culture that has been recurrent in the Western Mediterranean lands for the past two thousand years. It is in this light that Professor Frend discusses the history of Donatism from...

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Author:William Hugh Clifford Frend
Published: Clarendon Press, Oxford, 1971
Notes:Reprint, with a new Preface and additional Bibliography.
Total Pages:XVIII-362
Format:Book
Status:Active
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spelling 10703 augustine Bibliography donatist church: a movement of protest in roman north africa The Donatist Church: A Movement of Protest in Roman North Africa Author William Hugh Clifford Frend The story of the Donatist Church in North Africa may be interpreted as a phase in the conflict between Latin and native culture that has been recurrent in the Western Mediterranean lands for the past two thousand years. It is in this light that Professor Frend discusses the history of Donatism from its forerunners in Tertullian and Cyprian to its decline in the years after the struggle with Augustine. First published in 1962, the book is now reissued for the second time (it has been unavailable since 1976) with a new preface and an extended bibliography. Active Book XVIII-362 Reprint, with a new Preface and additional Bibliography. 1971 1971 Clarendon Press Oxford
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