Articles Tagged: clement of rome (6 Posts)

The Second Epistle of Clement has Clement of Rome’s name attached to it, but there are significant doubts concerning whether this letter was actually written by Clement of Rome. No name is officially attached to what is referred to as the “Second Epistle of Clement.” Eusebius on 2 Clement Most significantly, Eusebius, a 4th century […]

This is the text of the First Epistle of Clement, translated by Roberts-Donaldson. This epistle was likely written during the latter half of the first century, and it is one of the earliest Christian documents outside of the New Testament. First Epistle of Clement, translated by Roberts-Donaldson Letter of Clement to the Corinthians CHAPTER 1 […]

This is the text of the First Epistle of Clement, translated by Charles H. Hoole. This epistle was likely written during the latter half of the first century, and it is one of the earliest Christian documents outside of the New Testament. First Epistle of Clement, translated by Charles H. Hoole The First Epistle of […]

This is the text of the First Epistle of Clement, translated by J.B. Lightfoot. This epistle was likely written during the latter half of the first century, and it is one of the earliest Christian documents outside of the New Testament. First Epistle of Clement, translated by J.B. Lightfoot Letter of Clement to the Corinthians […]

Clement of Rome was an early church father who was bishop of the church in Rome. More specifically, he is considered an apostolic church father because of his connection to the apostles of the New Testament. Clement of Rome lived near the end of the apostolic era, at the end of the first century, and […]

There are three different categories of early church fathers: Apostolic Church Fathers Ante-Nicene Church Fathers Post-Nicene Church Fathers Apostolic Church Fathers Apostolic church fathers are the earliest church fathers. They were contemporaries of the apostles and were probably disciples of the apostles. Thus, they have a direct connection to the apostles from the New Testament. […]