- Walter Bauer:
Orthodoxy and Heresy in Earliest Christianity, (1934).
Philadelphia: Fortress, 1971.
- A. H. M. Jones:
Were Ancient Heresies Disguised Social Movements?
Philadelphia: Fortress, 1966.
- Antti Marjanen and Petri Luomanen, eds.:
A Companion to Second-Century "Heresies", (2005).
Leiden: Brill, 2005.
Read with caution. As the inverted
commas in the title suggest, the
majority of the
authors are either
openly sympathetic to heresy or
at least unimpressed by Orthodoxy.
Still, contains much recent information
about many heretical movements.
- Jeffrey Burton Russell:
Dissent and Reform in the Early Middle Ages, (1965).
University of California, 1965.
- Patristic Catalogues of Heresies:
- Euthymius Zigabenus:
Against various heresies, ordered by
- On how heresy may be identified:
- Why are there heretics? Why are they so convincing and
perhaps even sincere?
- Heresy as an illness:
St. Vincent of Lérins:
- Heretical books may be read, but with discretion:
Return to St Pachomius Library.