This book maps the city of Antioch through the topographically sensitive vocabulary of cultural geography during the tumultuous fourth century.
Christianity has never been a homogeneous religion—but that’s not necessarily a bad thing.
Author: Christine Shepardson
The politically embroiled and sharply divided Council of Nicaea (325) provided a turbulent beginning to Christianity’s struggle for self-definition in the political arena. This book investigates the complex anti-Jewish and anti-Judaizing rhetoric of Ephrem, a fourth-century poet, deacon, and theologian from easter
Recognizing Christine Shepardson for her recently published a book about Judaism and Christianity in fourth-century Syria.