Early Church Documents: N
Famous collection of
mainly Gnostic documents discovered in 1945. Various translators.
--- Gnostic Society
Narsai, Assyrian Nestorian theologian, (V/VI Centuries):
An Exposition of The Mysteries
A short poem strongly emphasizing that Jesus
Christ did some things as man, others as God. Translator not indicated.
--- A. Aldawood
Nectarius of Calama:
Letter to St. Augustine --- CCEL
Tanner translation. --- St.
Illustrates how this most celebrated of Egyptian hierarchs and his
opponent Nestorius were remembered in the X Century.
Nicholas I, Pope of Rome, (IX Century):
Letter 99: To the Bulgars:
Khan Boris, the ruler of Bulgaria, was engaged in complicated ecclesiastical
negotiations with Rome and Constantinople, already increasingly at odds,
over the future of Bulgarian Christianity. North translation, 1925.
Nicholas III, pope of Rome, (XIII Century):
Exiit qui Seminat:
Approving the Friars Minor.
Nicholas of Cusa, Renaissance philosopher and cardinal, (XV
Where is He that is Born King of the Jews?
A commentary on this single verse, influenced by
Meister Eckhart. God is the "Where" in which all things rest. Miller
translation. --- SUNY Stony Brook
Nilus of Sora, Russian monk, (XV/XVI Centuries):
of Sora Page: Includes several ikons,
biography, and excerpts from writings.
--- St. Nilus Page
Notker the Stammerer, monk of St. Gall, (IX Century):
Life of Charlemagne: Grant
translation, 1926. --- MSBP
Novatian, Roman religious leader and anti-pope, (III
On the Trinity: --- NA
the Jewish Meats: --- NA
Novatian and his followers felt that those who lapsed during
persecution should not be allowed to be rebaptized.
Acts and Records of the Controversy over the Baptism of
Heretics: Collected from various sources.
Anonymous Bishop: Against the Heretic Novatian.
Anonymous: On Re-Baptism:
A Novatianist tract.
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