The Cambridge History of Christianity: Volume 2, Constantine to C.600

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Augustine Casiday, Frederick W. Norris
Cambridge University Press, Aug 30, 2007 - History - 758 pages
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Western Christianities / Winrich Löhr -- Germanic and Celtic Christianities / Knut Schäferdiek -- Greek Christianities / Fred Norris -- Early Asian and East African Christianities / David Bundy -- Religious dynamics between Christians and Jews in late antiquity (312-640) / Guy G. Stroumsa -- Christianity and paganism. I, Egypt / David Frankfurter -- Christianity and paganism II, Asia Minor / Frank R. Trombley -- Christianity and paganism III, Italy / Michele R. Salzman -- Christianity and paganism IV, North Africa / Anna Leone -- The intellectual debate between Christians and pagans / Alan Brown -- Christianity and Manichaeism / Samuel Lieu -- Heresiology : the invention of "heresy" and "schism" / J. Rebecca Lyman -- Towards defining a Christian culture : the Christian transformation of classical literature / Bronwen Neil -- Bishops and society / Raymond Van Dam -- Synods and councils / Mark Edwards -- The growth of church law / Kenneth Pennington -- The church, society, and political power / H. A. Drake -- Discourse on the Trinity / Khaled Anatolios -- History of Christology to the seventh century / Karl-Heinz Uthemann -- Sin and salvation : experiences and reflections / Augustine Casiday -- From Antioch to Arles : lay devotion in context / Georgia Frank -- Saints and holy men / Claudia Rapp -- Pastoral care and discipline / Rowan Greer -- Sexuality, marriage, and family / David G. Hunter -- The growth of liturgy and the church year / Brian D. Spinks -- Interpreting Scripture / Paul M. Blowers -- Asceticism and monasticism I, Eastern / Samuel Rubenson -- Asceticism and monasticism. 2, Western / Marilynn Dunn -- Art and propaganda fide : Christian art and architecture / Beat Brenk.

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Augustine Casiday is Leverhulme Fellow, Department of Theology and Religion, Durham University. He is author of Evagrius Ponticus (2006) and Tradition and Theology in St John Cassian (2006).

Frederick W. Norris is Professor Emeritus of World Christianity, Emmanuel School of Religion. He is author of over 200 articles and associate editor with Everett Ferguson of the Encyclopedia of Early Christianity (1990, 2nd edition 1997).

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