The primary goal of the CHEF network is to be a blessing to “regular folks” by enriching their knowledge and appreciation of the history of Christianity. One of the ways that I hope to accomplish this goal is by reading great works of Christian literature in a public way (that is, on the blog), and by inviting you to read them along with me, via the comments! Then, my notes and our comments will remain as “reading guides” for future blog visitors.
You can get to the various works that we have read via these links:
- Justin Martyr: First Apology and Dialogue with Trypho
- Athanasius: Life of Anthony and On the Incarnation
- The Venerable Bede: Ecclesiastical History of the English People
- Martin Luther: Freedom of a Christian and Bondage of the Will
I look forward to this shared reading experiment, friends! The books we read will be great and diverse, and they will walk us through Christian history as the year progresses. May God bless us as learn more about our Lord, the kingdom, and one another.
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