03826cam a2200421 i 4500001001300000003000600013005001700019008004100036010001700077035002000094040011700114019001400231020003000245020002700275024001600302035003900318042000800357050002200365082001400387049000900401245016500410264007200575300004400647336002600691337002800717338002700745520039600772500024601168504006701414505161901481590001103100590003303111650007203144700003603216700002703252994001203279999011303291ocn959262226OCoLC20180418101510.0170103s2017 enka b 101 0 eng  a 2016059957 a(Sirsi) a203649 aDLCbengerdacDLCdBTCTAdOCLCFdERASAdYDXdPTSdGZMdSTFdYUSdOCLCOdCHVBKdRCTdWLUdOCLCQdDHAdOCLCQdNVS a958445579 a9781107165229q(hardback) a1107165229q(hardback)8 a40027273211 a(OCoLC)959262226z(OCoLC)958445579 apcc00aBR165b.C529 201700a270.1223 aNVSS00aChristianity in the second century :bthemes and developments /cedited by James Carleton Paget, University of Cambridge ; Judith Lieu, University of Cambridge. 1aCambridge, UK ;aNew York, NY :bCambridge University Press,c2017. axi, 354 pages :billustrations ;c24 cm atextbtxt2rdacontent aunmediatedbn2rdamedia avolumebnc2rdacarrier a"Christianity in the Second Century shows how academic study on this critical period of Christian development has undergone substantial change over the last thirty years. The second century is often considered to be a time during which the Christian church moved relentlessly towards forms of institutionalisation and consolidated itself against so-called heretics"--cProvided by publisher. a"This volume is the result of a conference, entitled 'The Christian Second Century', which was held between March 14th and 16th, 2013, at the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH), University of Cambridge." aIncludes bibliographical references (pages 309-348) and index.00gIntroduction /rJudith Lieu, James Carleton Paget --tEmpires, diasporas and the emergence of religions /rGreg Woolf --tMediterranean Jewish diaspora in the second century /rTessa Rajak --tRabbis and their rivals in the second century CE /rPhilip Alexander --tChurch and synagogue vis-à-vis Roman rule in the second century /rWilliam Horbury --tSecond century from the perspective of the New Testament /rJames Carleton Paget --tContinuity and change in second century Christianity : a narrative against the trend /rLewis Ayres --tGnostic myth" : how does its demise impact 21st century historiography of Christianity's second century? /rKaren King --tGnostic myth /rMark Edwards --tModelling second century Christian theology : Christian theology as philosophia /rWinrich Lohr --tGalen and the Christians : texts and authority in the second century AD /rRebecca Flemming --t"Authoritative texts" and how to handle them : some reflections on an ambiguous concept and its use in second-century Christian literature /rJoseph Verheyden --tBelief and practice in Graeco-Roman religiosity : Plutarch, De Iside and Osiride 379c /rTeresa Morgan --tLot oracles and fate : on early Christianity among others in the second century /rLaura Nasrallah --tChristians as a "third race" : is ethnicity at issue? /rErich Gruen --tEthnic discourse in early Christianity /rOskar Skarasuane --tPagan attitudes /rJohn North --t"Away with the atheists!" : Christianity and militant atheism in the early empire /rTim Whitmarsh --tModelling the second century as the age of the laboratory /rJudith Lieu. zStacks aamazon 4/10/18 88.89 ftu LNS 0aChurch historyyPrimitive and early church, ca. 30-600vCongresses.1 aPaget, James Carleton,eeditor.1 aLieu, Judith,eeditor. aC0bNVS aBR165 .C529 2017wLCc1iB003043625d5/22/2018e4/23/2018f6/4/2018g1lSTACKS2mMAINrYsNtBOOKu3/12/2018