Patrology

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'''Patrology''' is a branch of [[Theology]], who deals with the study of works and teachings of the fathers of Church and the ecclesiastical writers in general, from the foundation of [[Church]] until the end of Byzantine period. It covers not only Greek, but also Latin ''corpora'' (usually of the first centuries). More specifically, apart from the content of teaching of fathers, patrology examines also the genuineness or not of their work, the influences they accepted as well as the sources that they used.
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'''Patrology''' is a branch of [[Theology]], who deals with the study of works and teachings of [[Church Fathers]] and the ecclesiastical writers in general, from the foundation of [[Church]] until the end of Byzantine period. It covers not only Greek, but also Latin ''corpora'' (usually of the first centuries). More specifically, apart from the content of teaching of fathers, patrology examines also the genuineness or not of their work, the influences they accepted as well as the sources that they used.
  
 
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Patrology is a branch of Theology, who deals with the study of works and teachings of Church Fathers and the ecclesiastical writers in general, from the foundation of Church until the end of Byzantine period. It covers not only Greek, but also Latin corpora (usually of the first centuries). More specifically, apart from the content of teaching of fathers, patrology examines also the genuineness or not of their work, the influences they accepted as well as the sources that they used.


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