Countryman, Louis William Books

Rich Christian in the Church of the Early Empire Contradictions and Accommodations
1980 0-88946-970-9
Discusses early Christian attitudes toward wealth, including the writings of Clement of Alexandria and Cyprian of Carthage on the subject and such topics as redemptive almsgiving, stewardship of time and treasures, the danger of riches for both possessor and church, and rivalry between the clergy and rich members of their congregations.