The Religious Revolution
of Early Christianity
By Guy G. Stroumsa
In the Roman Empire, Christianity came into being as a radical religious movement. This new concept of religion offered dramatic social and anthropological implications and shaped medieval perceptions. This book examines from various angles the radical nature of some of the early Christian beliefs and their dialectical transformation in the first centuries.
Series: Wissenshaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament
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