Early Christian Life and Thought in Social Context: A Reader by Mark Harding
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A magnificent piece of labor. Salzman has produced the main entire quantitative learn of conversion of noblemen thus far. I rather beloved her concluding bankruptcy on their effect on Christianity. She exhibits that fourth-century bishops followed the rhetoric of the Aristocracy and honor of their preaching and writing in a fashion that appealed to aristocrats.
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