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Ancient Christian martyrdom : diverse practices, theologies, and traditions

著者: Candida R Moss
出版商: New Haven [Conn.] : Yale University Press, ©2012.
丛书: Anchor Yale Bible reference library.
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The importance of martyrdom for the spread of Christianity in the first centuries of the Common Era is a question of enduring interest. In this innovative new study, Candida Moss offers a radically new history of martyrdom in the first and second centuries that challenges traditional understandings of the spread of Christianity and rethinks the nature of Christian martyrdom itself. Martyrdom, Moss shows, was not a  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Candida R Moss
ISBN: 9780300154658 0300154658
OCLC号码: 759174135
描述: xiv, 256 pages ; 25 cm.
内容: Cultural contexts: the good death and the self-conscious sufferer ---
Asia Minor: imitating Christ ---
Rome: contesting philosophy ---
Gaul: the victors of Vienne and Lyons ---
Roman North Africa: apocalyptic ascent ---
Alexandria: Clement and the true martyr.
丛书名: Anchor Yale Bible reference library.
责任: Candida R. Moss.

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