The christians as the romans saw them robert louis wilken on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this book which includes a new preface by the author offers an engrossing portrayal of the early years of the christian movement from the perspective of the romans. The christians as the romans saw them this book is a great historical picture of how the christians were viewed in the first centuries ce it through the eyes of several contemporary read first and second century authors shows us just how counter cultural the early christians were. The christians as the romans saw them the following are the earliest references to the christians from non jewish sources most of them are from the beginning of the 2nd century ce what they reveal in terms of attitude and content is most fascinating. This book which includes a new preface by the author offers an engrossing portrayal of the early years of the christian movement from the perspective of the romans a fascinating account of early christian thought readable and exciting robert mcafee brown new york times book review should fascinate any reader with an interest in the history of human thought phoebe lou . The christians as the romans saw them superstitious depraved obstinate and foolish 10 04 2013 0335 pm et updated jan 23 2014 given my chosen field of study namely christian origins i am often asked by students and attendees at my lectures whether there are any reference to jesus and the early christian movement outside the new
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