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#423413 03/10/23 08:30 PM
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Hi there! I'm working on writing a church history series for kids...and I would like your suggestions:

What are your favorite church history books? (Right now I really am focusing on pre-Nicene Christianity)

I've got Eusebius and veselin kesich "formation and struggles"

Thanks!

Reuben

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For an Orthodox perspective you might want to check out Fr. John Strickland's 4-volume series:
https://www.ancientfaith.com/contributors/john_strickland

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Oh nice! I haven't seen those. They must be kind of new!

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How about a good roman one?

More eastern ones?

Anything by orientals?


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