1. The Road to Chalcedon, 428-451. 2. The emperor and his Church. 3. The intellectuals and the monks. 4. The Henotikon of Zeno, 451-484. 5. Towards a Monophysite solution, 787-512. 6. The orthodox reaction, 513-527. 7. Justinian: the end of compromise. 8. The Monophysite kingdoms. 9. 'To Syria, a long farewell' (the Emperor Heraclius). Epilogue
Professor William H.C. Frend has devoted more than fifty years to the study of the Early Church and is one of the foremost church historians of the English-speaking world. He was Dean of the Divinity Faculty of Glasgow University from 1972 to 1975. Other influential works written by Frend, include: Martyrdom and Persecution in the Early Church, also published by James Clarke & Co.