At 11:27 AM 1/9/99 -0600, Jeffrey B. Gibson wrote:
>> "Jeffrey B. Gibson" wrote:
>> > Does anyone know if Origen's "On Prayer" is online anywhere?
>> Have you checked:
>> a guide to all early church documents on the www can be found at:
>Thanks for these. They are valuable to have. But unfortunately, neither
>of them has what I'm presently looking for.
>Chicago, Illinois 60626
Normally, one of the best gateways for searches such as this is
However, I couldn't find "On Prayer" there (they do have other work by
Origen on line).
The part you may be interested in is on the web at
If you need the whole book, might it be here?:
Author : Origen.
Title : Prayer : Exhortation to martyrdom / Origen ;
translated and annotated by John J. O'Meara.
Publisher : New York : Newman Press, c1954.
Description : viii, 253 p. ; 23 cm.
Series : Ancient Christian writers : the works of the
Fathers in translation ; no. 19.
Notes : Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subjects : Prayer -- Early works to 1800.
: Prayer -- History.
Added Entries : O'Meara, John Joseph.
: Exhortation to martyrdom.
Series Added Entry : Ancient Christian writers ; no. 19.
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