Apostolic Fathers

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*''The [[Didache]]''
 
*''The [[Didache]]''
 
*''The [[Epistle of Barnabas]]''
 
*''The [[Epistle of Barnabas]]''
*Seven short ''Epistles'' of [[Ignatius of Antioch]] (the longer forms of these Epistles, and those beyond the seven, are widely considered later emendations and forgeries)
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*Seven short ''[[Epistles of Ignatius of Antioch]]'' (the longer forms of these Epistles, and those beyond the seven, are widely considered later emendations and forgeries)
 
*''The [[Epistle of Polycarp]]''
 
*''The [[Epistle of Polycarp]]''
 
*''The [[Martyrdom of Polycarp]]''
 
*''The [[Martyrdom of Polycarp]]''

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The term Apostolic Fathers refers both to a group of early Christian writers (the first among the Church Fathers) and to a particular collection of their writings.


The most common lists of these writings usually include most or all of the following:

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