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Religions of the Constantinian Empire
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The material in the first section will be most familiar to the historian of philosophy, that of the second to the historian of religion, and that of the third to the theologian. All three sections make reference to such factors as the persecution under Diocletian, the so-called 'edict of Milan', the subsequent legislation of Constantine, and the summoning of the council of Nicaea. Edwards does not maintain, however, that the religious and philosophical innovations of this period were mere by-products of political revolution; indeed, he often highlights that Christianity was more revolutionary in its expectations than any sovereign could afford to be in his acts.This authoritative study provides a comprehensive reference work for those studying the ecclesiastical and theological developments and controversies of the fourth century.
Religions of the Constantinian Empire by Mark Edwards was published by Oxford University Press in November 2015. The ISBN for Religions of the Constantinian Empire is 9780199687725.
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|Page last updated||18th June 2016|
|Author / Artist||Mark Edwards|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press (November 2015)|
|Number of Pages||368|