Scholarly Writers and Analysis of their Perspectives of the Concept of Comfort

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Scholarly Writers and Analysis of their Perspectives of the Concept of Comfort
4. Concept in Early Church period: 0 – 300 CE
A brief introduction to the time period is given, with prominent events mentioned.
2-3 scholars from this time period, who use the concept in their writings, are quoted.
The context is explained for each quote.
An analysis is given for each quote, and/or for the several quotes combined, showing differences and similarities of usage by the several authors.
5. Concept in Age of the Imperial Church, 300 to 590 CE
A brief introduction to the time period is given, with prominent events mentioned.
2-3 scholars from this time period, who use the concept in their writings, are quoted.
The context is explained for each quote.
An analysis is given for each quote, and/or for the several quotes combined, showing differences and similarities of usage by the several authors. Usage in this period is compared/contrasted with previous time periods.
6. Concept in Christian Middle Ages, 500 to1500 CE
A brief introduction to the time period is given, with prominent events mentioned.
2-3 scholars from this time period, who use the concept in their writings, are quoted.
The context is explained for each quote.
An analysis is given for each quote, and/or for the several quotes combined, showing differences and similarities of usage by the several authors. Usage in this period is compared/contrasted with previous time periods.
7. Concept in the Reformation, 1500 1650 CE
Same as 6 above.
8. Concept in Age of Reason & Revival, 1648-1799 CE
Same as 6 above.
9. Concept in Modern Period Age of Progress 1800-1918 CE
Same as 6 above.
Analysis & Text Mechanics

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Adequacy of analysis
A summary of the results of analysis throughout the time periods is given following the Modern Period, highlighting similarities and differences in meanings over time.
Most information should be obtained from this website http://www.ccel.org
Book Citing is Bruce Shelleys Church History in Plain Language

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