Monday, March 05, 2007

Scanned patristic material

I've just stumbled across the charitable site Christian Hospitality and found that it has a veritable wealth of patristic and related material scanned in. I was actually searching for the text of Moses of Chorene, but found much more. All the Ante-Nicene and Post-Nicene fathers appear to be here, though they can also be found at CCEL. More welcome, however, are some original language resources, e.g. Harvey’s edition of Irenaeus. The site apparently looks back to one William Branham as a prophet of some sort.

3 Comments:

Eric Rowe said...

These are really great. They're not just image scans from old copies of the books. They're high quality pdf's in modern type face with features like hyperlinks in the table of contents that take you to the chapter you want. It looks like they have been provided to this website through an arrangement with AGES software. Thanks for the tip.

Erlend said...

Dear brother,

More on the extraordinary ministry of William Branham here:

www.believethesign.com

P J Williams said...

Thanks for the link. I now feel that I ought to have heard of Branham earlier. This site appears to have a modalist view of the divine persons. Nevertheless, the files hosted on the Christian Hospitality site are a most welcome addition to the web.