"The Dictionary of Early christian Beliefs", David Bercoit, SCROLL Publishing. http://www.scrollpublishing.com/store/more-dictionary.html
I am EXTREMELY SORRY that LOGOS has not offered this book.
It is one of the best reference books to early church history around and is on my desktop next to the computer whenever I am researching the early church.
START LARGE TEST Mr. Bercoit has an outstanding understaning of the Early Church this book would be an asset in any library.. END LARGE TEXT
Also - some of his other writing such as "Will the Real Heritics Please Stand Up" should be manditory reading for Christians.
Sorry for my Loud Voice in this TEXT.
Thank you for listening and God Bless
I want these books. Please Logos.
I would like to see this book too, though I have not been aware of it until this thread.I was ordained in the Mennonite church too! Now in a non-denominational church. So there are at least two Mennonites here. Well, I guess I am not one, but you get it...Jerry
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Thanks for the back up.....
One Thing about this book is it is not a Mennonite Book.
This book is in FACT a real Dictionary of Early Christian Beliefs and is VERY USEFUL to ANYONE!!
David Bercoit, it's author was once a JW and Converted to ORTHODOX after studying the Early christians he is now a Conservative Christian. God works in mysteryous ways. Praise the Lord.
God Bless --- LOGOS Please ADD this Book.
How fast the time past, I used this reference three times today and wished each time it was located in my LIBRONIX program. just can't stop about this selection......
I've got a copy on my bookshelf. It's quite a handy volume when you get to thinking, "What did the early brothers think about....."
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Sounds like a good one to me.