Constantine to C. 600
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This volume in the Cambridge History of Christianity presents the 'Golden Age' of patristic Christianity. It explores the divergent beliefs and pratices within Christian communities inside and outside of the Roman Empire.
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Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 8/30/2007
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 2.00" tall
1. Western Christianities Winrich Lhr; 2. Germanic and Celtic Christianities Knut Schferdiek; 3. Greek Christianities Frederick W. Norris; 4. Early Asian and East African Christianities David Bundy; 5. Religious dymamics between Christian and Jews in late antiquity Gedaliahu Stroumsa; 6. Christianity and paganism, I: Egypt David Frankfurter; 7. Christianity and paganism, II: Asia Minor Frank Trombley; 8. Christianity and paganism III: Italy Michele R. Salzman; 9. Christianity and paganism IV: North Africa Anne Leone; 10 The intellectual debate between Christians and Pagans Alan Brown; 11. Christianity and Manichaeism Samuel Lieu; 12. Heresiology: the invention of 'heresy' and 'schism' Rebecca Lyman; 13. Towards defining a Christian culture: the Christian transformation of classical literature Bronwen Neil; 14. Bishops and society Raymond Van Dam; 15. Synods and councils Mark Edwards; 16. The growth of church law Kenneth Pennington; 17. The church, society, and political power H. A. Drake; 18. Discourse on the Trinity K. Anatolios; 19. History of Christology to the seventh century Karl-Heinz Uthemann; 20. Sin and salvation: experience and reflections Augustine M. C. Casiday; 21. Fron Antioch to Arles: lay devotion in context Georgia Frank; 22. Saints and holy men Claudia Rapp; 23. Pastoral care and discipline Rowan Greer; 24. Gender, marriage and family David G. Hunter; 25. The growth of liturgy and the church year Brian Spinks; 26. Interpreting scripture Paul Blowers; 27. Asceticism and monasticism, I: Eastern Samuel Rubenson; 28. Asecticism and monasticism, II: Western Marilynn Dunn; 29. Art and Propaganda fide: Christian art and architecture Beat Brenk.