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Sammelwerk  Reconceiving religious conflict: new views from the formative centuries of Christianity
Mayer, WendyDe Wet, Chris L. [Hrsg.]. - London [u.a.] (2018)


In Reihe: Routledge studies in the early Christian world
Sprache: Englisch
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Inhalt

Buchbeitrag   

Re-thcorizing religious conflict: early Christianity to late antiquity and beyond
Mayer, Wendy. • S. 3-29

Buchbeitrag   

Religious violence and its roots: a view from antiquity
Bremmer, Jan N.. • S. 30-41

Buchbeitrag   

Blindness in early Christianity: tracking the fundamentals of religious conflict
Botha, Pieter J.. • S. 45-69

Buchbeitrag   

Religious conflict, radicalism, and sexual exceptionalism in the rhetoric of John Chrysostom
De Wet, Chris L.. • S. 70-85

Buchbeitrag   

Give it up for God: wealth, suffering, and the rhetoric of religious persecution in John of Ephesus's Church History
Shepardson, Christine C.. • S. 86-109

Buchbeitrag   

Epiphanies and religious conflict: the contests over the Hagiasma of Chonai
Cadwallader, Alan H.. • S. 110-135

Buchbeitrag   

Contested domains in the conflicts between the early Christian mission and Diaspora Judaism according to the Book of Acts
Stenschke, Christoph W.. • S. 139-181

Buchbeitrag   

Christianisation and late antique patronage: conflicts and everyday nuisances
Kahlos, Maijastina. • S. 182-207

Buchbeitrag   

Religious violence in late antique Egypt reconsidered: the cases of Alexandria, Panopolis, and Philae
Dijkstra, Jitse Harm Fokke. • S. 211-233

Buchbeitrag   

A wise madness: a virtue-based model for crowd behaviour in Late Antiquity
Nuffelen, Peter van. • S. 234-258

Buchbeitrag   

Collaboration and identity in the aftermath of persecution: religious conflict and its legacy
Digeser, Elizabeth DePalma. • S. 261-281

Buchbeitrag   

The usefulness of violent ends: apocalyptic imaginaries in the reconstruction of society
Heever, Gerhard van den. • S. 282ff.