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Blood and the Boundaries of Jewish and Christian Identities in Late Antiquity, special issue of Henoch 30.2 (2008): 229–364. With Annette Yoshiko Reed. Heavenly Realms and Earthly Realities in Late Antique Religions (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2004). Paperback reprint, 2009. Articles in journals (including introductions to special ... Christians, and Jewish-Christians (WUNT 251; Tübingen: Mohr, 2010), 289. Oskar Skarsaune argues for some precedents for the term in references to “Jewish believers” (Origen, Cels . 2.1),
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In this book, Françoise Mirguet traces the appropriation and reinterpretation of pity by Greek-speaking Jewish communities of Late Antiquity. Pity and compassion, in this corpus, comprised a hybrid of Hebrew, Greek, and Roman constructions; depending on the texts, they were a spontaneous feeling, a practice, a virtue, or a precept of the
New Identities: Pagan and Christian Narratives from the Roman Empire Judith Perkins Through the close study of texts, Roman Imperial Identities in the Early Christian Era examines the overlapping emphases and themes of two cosmopolitan and multiethnic cultural identities emerging in the early centuries CE – a trans-empire alliance of the Like the Mazdaen clergy, Christian bishops in Late Antiquity came to play an important role in legitimating an emperor's rule. It is true that emperors learned to burnish their credentials with this constituency by taking, or allowing others to take, aggressive action against perceived enemies: then as now, it was easier to fend off militants
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