Thank You. I will pick up these books. From the little I have discovered, so far, it seems a monumental task, if not an impossible one, to sort out what appears to be a very convoluted history. I have learned much about the Nazarenes but have not found the link to the Antiochians in Damascus as yet. The Nazarenes seem to simply "disappear" in the rise of Gentile Christianity. I have found two distinct groups of this sect, the Nazarenes and the Ebionite's. One definitely orthodox in their beliefs, but holding on to certain aspects of the Law, and the other heretical. Much light was shed on this subject in the writings of Eusebius. I will continue my research into this history. Thank you Antonious for the heads up.