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The Ecole Initiative
Early Church Documents


Welcome to the ECOLE Documents Page, a compilation of translated primary sources useful for learning about early and medi?val Christianity. We have also included texts from other religions with which the Church necessarily had dealings -- Judaism, Islam, and the various heresies -- and from the Hellenistic philosophical schools. (We have not attempted, however, to include all of the earlier classical philosophers, many of whom may be found at the Internet Classics Archive.)

The following list consists of links to documents stored at various places on the World-Wide Web. The Ecole Initiative expresses its appreciation to all of those who have made these primary sources available. If you know of a document that is missing from the list and should be included, please send the URL to Norman.Redington@pobox.com.



ABBREVIATIONS: AHS = Armenian Historical Sources; AL-ISLAM = Ahlul Bayt Digital Islamic Library Project; AU = AU Catholic Resource Site; CCEL = Christian Classics Ethereal Library; CN = CoptNet; GNHP = Gregory of Nyssa Homepage; ICL = Institute for Christian Leadership; ITR = Islamic Texts and Resources MetaPage; JOD =James J. O'Donnell and colleagues; MSBP = Mediaeval Sourcebook Project; NA = New Advent; NNC=Northwest Nazarene College Non-Canonical Homepage; OMACL=Online Mediaeval and Classical Library; OSB = Order of St. Benedict; SGPM = St. Gregory Palamas Monastery of Ohio; SPL = St. Pachomius Library; YUS = Salim Shabbir Yusufali;

NOTE: Recently, most of the text of the well-known thirty-eight volume Victorian patristics collection The Ante-Nicene, Nicene, and Post-Nicene Fathers was placed online by the heroic effort of the Electronic Bible Society. Unfortunately, this vast collection of electronic texts is presently in a difficult-to-use format and apparently lacks all footnotes. Improved HTML versions are now being created and will be announced as they appear. (Anyone interested in helping with the HTML conversion is invited to contact either the St. Pachomius Library, redingtn@pobox.com , or Dr. Harry Plantinga of Wheaton College, whp@wheaton.edu.)


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