[puh-trol-uh-jee] /pəˈtrɒl ə dʒi/

noun, plural patrologies.
Also called patristics. the branch of theology dealing with the teachings of the church fathers.
a collection of the writings of the early church fathers.
the study of the writings of the Fathers of the Church
a collection of such writings

the study of early Christianity, esp. the writings and teachings of church fathers; also called patristics , patristic study


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