Edited by Richard Fox Young, Princeton Theological Seminary and Jonathan A. Seitz, Taiwan Theological Seminary
Asia in the Making of Christianity studies the experience of converts from fifteen locations throughout Asia, using a variety of approaches to examine the meaning of becoming Christian. The book addresses and assesses models under debate for understanding religious conversion.
C. Wilfred Griggs
In this well-documented and clear study, the history of Christianity in Egypt is discussed, from its earliest recorded origins until 451 CE, when the Egyptian Coptic Church became the national religion. During this period, we observe the development of features unique to Egyptian Christianity, ...
Eusebius was more than a mere collector of history. He was a vigorous apologist and polemicist in his own right. Kofsky encourages us to take seriously Eusebius’s efforts against the pagan assailants of the Christianity of his time. This publication has also been published in hardback, please ...
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