Disentangling Antiquity: Classics and Theology in the nineteenth century

Simon Goldhill
Christianity has been locked in an anxious and unending struggle to articulate its separation from the culture of classical antiquity since its beginnings. The study of late antiquity in recent decades, led by Peter Brown and his students, has repeatedly emphasized that, however much Christianity promoted itself not just as the Good News, but also as a new form of goodness, a new form of religiosity, a new way of life, nonetheless it remained profoundly...

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