Perhaps this isn’t the correct place to post this thread, but the normal book section seems a little more oriented towards pop culture.
I need a book recommendation!
What I’m looking for, ideally: I want a “historic narrative,” though will settle for straight history (I am a history major) abfrom a Catholic perspective, on the early Christian church fathers, with an emphasis on the development of theology/liturgy/tradition (if you can call it “development”) in the early church, going from apostles, to disciples, to fathers, if possible. Make sense?
Thanks so much! If someone recommends something that sounds good I’ll order today!
PS-- I was thinking of " Fathers Know Best" on the Catholic Answers bookstore, but it seems to be more of a collection of sayings rather than an actual history of ideas and practice, but I may be wrong.