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Clement of Alexandria

Religion (c. 150 AD — c. 215 AD)

SUBJECT OF BOOKS


John Behr. Asceticism and Anthropology in Irenaeus and Clement. Oxford University Press. 2000. 261pp.

Harold Arthur Blair. The Kaleidoscope of Truth: Types and Archetypes in Clement of Alexandria. Churchman Publishing. 1986. 171pp.

Denise Kimber Buell. Making Christians: Clement of Alexandria and the Rhetoric of Legitimacy. Princeton University Press. 1999. 221pp.

John Ferguson. Clement of Alexandria. Twayne. 1974. 210pp.

Peter Karavites. Evil, Freedom, and the Road to Perfection in Clement of Alexandria. E. J. Brill. 1999. 192pp.

Salvatore Romano Clemente Lilla. Clement of Alexandria: A Study in Christian Platonism and Gnosticism. Oxford University Press. 1971. 266pp.

Eric Osborn. Clement of Alexandria. Cambridge University Press. 2005. 324pp.

Eric Francis Osborn. The Philosophy of Clement of Alexandria. Cambridge University Press. 1957. 205pp.

John Patrick. Clement of Alexandria. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons. 1914. 329pp.

Richard Bartram Tollinton. Clement of Alexandria: A Study in Christian Liberalism. Williams and Norgate. 1914. (2 vols.)

Annewies van den Hoek. Clement of Alexandria and His Use of Philo in the Stromateis: An Early Christian Reshaping of a Jewish Model. E. J. Brill. 1988. 261pp.


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