This e-book is a accomplished survey of the discussion among pagans, Jews, and Christians within the Roman empire as much as the time whilst Constantine declared himself a Christian. every one bankruptcy is written by way of a exceptional pupil and is dedicated to a unmarried textual content or staff of texts with the purpose of determining the possible viewers, the literary milieu, and the situations that resulted in this way of writing.
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