Geschichte der alten Kirche

@inproceedings{Lietzmann1975GeschichteDA,
  title={Geschichte der alten Kirche},
  author={Hans J. Lietzmann},
  year={1975}
}
OMOOUVSIOς TW/` PATRIV: THE EXPRESSION OF TRUE FAITH BY FIRST ECUMENICAL COUNCIL OF NICAEA
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THE FIRST EARLY CHRISTIAN TESTIMONIES OF CHRISTMAS
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The analysis of sources shows that there is no record of this feast before the First Council at Nicaea, and it appeared in Rome around 335 A.D. and from there it has spread to other regions and quickly gained popularity and characteristic theological significance. Expand
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