Acquaint yourself with the lives and thought of the earliest Christian apologists. This brief overview of second-century apologetics presents the major ideas of early Christians like Justin Martyr and Tertullian. With a final chapter relating second century apologetics to modern thought, Philip Carrington’s succinct work will help you understand the relevance of classic apologetics.
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Philip Carrington (1892–1975) was an Anglican priest, bishop of Quebec, and metropolitan of Canada. He is the author of Christian Apologetics of the Second Century.