`Attractively produced, with a short general introduction and comments on each of the groups of extracts, this offers a splendid insight into some of the stories which Christians in the second and third centuries read. ' The Expository Times
`Provides a splendid way of giving students as well as the general reader access to texts that are so important for an appreciation of the breadth of religious practice and imagination in the early Christian period ... Highly recommended for scholarly as well as general libraries. ' Religious Studies Review --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
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Edited by J. K. Elliott, University of Leeds.
--This text refers to the Paperback edition.