Church Fathers 50 - 750 A.D.

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Apostolic Fathers

The earliest Church Fathers, (within two generations of the Apostles of Christ) are usually called the Apostolic Fathers. Important Apostolic Fathers include Clement of Rome,[3] Ignatius of Antioch and Polycarp of Smyrna. In addition, the Didache and Shepherd of Hermas are usually placed among the writings of the Apostolic Fathers although their authors are unknown; like the works of Clement, Ignatius and Polycarp, they were first written in Greek.

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Clement of Rome

1 AD - 96 AD

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Ignatius of Antioch

35 AD - 110 AD

Polycarp of Smyrna

69 AD - 155 AD

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Greek Fathers

Those who wrote in Greek are called the Greek (Church) Fathers. Famous Greek Fathers include: Clement of Rome, Irenaeus of Lyons, Clement of Alexandria, Athanasius of Alexandria, John Chrysostom, Cyril of Alexandria the Cappadocian Fathers (Basil of Caesarea, Gregory Nazianzus, Peter of Sebaste & Gregory of Nyssa), Maximus the Confessor, and John of Damascus.

Irenaeus of Lyons

100 AD - 200 AD

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Clement of Alexandria

150 AD - 216 AD

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Origen of Alexandria

185 AD - 254 AD

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Athanasius of Alexandria

293 AD - 373 AD

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John Chrysostom

347 AD - 407 AD

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Cyril of Alexandria

378 AD - 444 AD

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John of Damascus 676-749

676 - 749

Latin Fathers

Those fathers who wrote in Latin are called the Latin (Church) Fathers. Famous Latin Fathers include Tertullian (who later in life converted to Montanism), Cyprian of Carthage, Gregory the Great, Augustine of Hippo, Ambrose of Milan, and Jerome.

Tertullian

160 AD - 225 AD

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Cyprian of Carthage

200 AD - 258 AD

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Ambrose of Milan

338 AD - 397 AD

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Jerome of Stridonium

347 AD - 420 AD

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Augustine of Hippo

354 AD - 430 AD

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Pope Leo the Great

391 - 461

Gregory the Great

540 AD - 604 AD

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Writings and Canon

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