6), a a solemn night-service which, with singing, reading of Scripture, and preaching, lasted till Easter morning. ... Karrjxpvjievoi, audientes, by clergymen or instructed laymen, KartixrjTal, doctores audientium.1 As the time drew near, the ... At his baptism, he publicly professed this creed, which embraced the more essential parts of the Christian system as given by the apostles (the IlapoSoat? tt; ?
|Title||:||A Manual of Church History|
|Author||:||Heinrich Ernst Ferdinand Guericke, William Greenough Thayer Shedd|