Concordia Theological Monthly
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John Chrysostom - the name Chrysostom, the golden mouth, was given him by the Church because of his oratorical ability. He has been known by that name since the seventh century. He was born of noble parentage at Antioch, Syria, on the river Orontes, in 347 A. D. Antioch, Alexandria, Constantinople, and Rome were outstanding cities in those days. Antioch was one of the most splendid cities in the Roman Empire. It had a population of two hundred thousand. Though half of the inhabitants were nominally Christians, their Christianity varied from severe asceticism to almost pagan laxity.
History of Christianity
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Fritz, John H.
"John Chrysostom, the Preacher,"
Concordia Theological Monthly: Vol. 19, Article 25.
Available at: https://scholar.csl.edu/ctm/vol19/iss1/25