By Hamilton Hess

while first released in 1958, The Canons of the Council of Sardica, advert 343 right away grew to become the normal account of the canons glided by the Western bishops assembled at Serdica in 343 and the pondering on Church concerns that lay at the back of them. during this new version Hamilton Hess has up to date his account within the gentle of modern literature and translated all quotations into English to arrive a much wider viewers. there's additionally a brand new part at the improvement of canons
in the early Church from neighborhood provisions to basic ideas, and an appendix with the total texts of the canons within the unique Latin, within the Greek translation, and within the recasting through Theodours Diaconus, including English translations of all three.

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