|Statement||edited with introductions by Everett Ferguson.|
|Series||Studies in early Christianity ;, v. 11|
|Contributions||Ferguson, Everett, 1933-|
|LC Classifications||BR195.E9 C66 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 435p. ;|
|Number of Pages||435|
|LC Control Number||92040951|
Conversion, catechumenate, and baptism in the early church. The spread of Christianity as a social phenomenon / A.D. Nock --Two types of conversion to early Christianity / Ramsay MacMullen --The conversion of Justin Martyr / Oskar Skarsaune --Psychohistory and St. Augustine's catechumenate, and baptism in the early church\/span>\n. The spread of Christianity as a social phenomenon / A.D. Nock --Two types of conversion to early Christianity / Ramsay MacMullen --The conversion of Justin Martyr / Oskar Skarsaune --Psychohistory and St. Augustine's conversion process / Lawrence J. Daly --The winning of the countryside / W.H.C. Frend --The acceptance of Christianity by the. Conversion, Catechumenate, and Baptism in the Early Church (Studies in Early Christianity) 1st Edition by Paul Corby Finney (Editor), David Scholer (Editor), Everett Ferguson (Editor) › Visit Amazon's Everett Ferguson Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Early Christian Baptism and the Catechumenate: Italy, North Africa, and Egypt (Message of the Fathers of the Church) [Finn, Thomas M.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Early Christian Baptism and the Catechumenate: Italy, North Africa, and Egypt (Message of the Fathers of the Church)5/5(1).
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the sincerity of the conversion of the candidates.”18 The question of whether the catechumenate was a new Christians’ class also hinges on the assumption of a number of early Church fathers that baptism was the occasion for the divine bestowal of salvation and the divine. Briefly describe the process called the catechumenate in the early church. -The catechumenate is the process of baptismal preparation. 1) A person desiring to become a Christian needed to find a Christian who would be a sponsor, to help the person during the two- to . The catechumenate is now being revived in the Episcopal church. It is marked by three stages: 1) During the Pre-catechumenal period, inquirers may test their desire for baptism. 2) Those desiring baptism may be admitted to the catechumenate. Entry into the catechumenate begins with a public liturgical act at the principal Sunday liturgy. The catechumenate for adults is to be restored [instauretur] and broken up into several steps [gradibus], and put into practice at the discretion of the local ordinary. In this way the time of the catechumenate, which is intended for appropriate formation, can be sanctified through liturgical rites to be celebrated successively at different : Edward Yarnold.