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THE ORIGINS OF CHRISTIAN MORALITY: The First Two Centuries

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

In a vigorous historical analysis, Meeks (Biblical Studies/Yale; The First Urban Christians, 1983) offers new perspectives on the early days of Christian morality. Conventionally, Christian morals are understood as a set of principles to which each believer must adhere, or at least struggle toward, in the depths of his or her conscience. But Meeks redefines morality in the first Christian ... Read full review

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