Saturday I posted a lecture on historical theology which you can see Here. In that lecture Dr. Busenitz lists several awesome resources, one of them is Clement of Rome’s Letter to the Corinthians.
Clement was, himself, taught by the Apostle Paul, which makes his letter a fascinating insight into the early church mindset. As a caveat, Clement of Rome is referred to by the Catholic Church as a pope. This is not historical, or accurate, as you can tell when you read Clements work.
This book is in the public domain, so you can find a free PDF online, an audio version on YouTube, or a kindle version on Amazon. I strongly recommend this book to every believer! It’s also a great rescourse for anyone looking into the history of the church. As always, beloved friends, be good Bereans and study to show yourselves approved!