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Author: Guy G. Stroumsa

In this review article, it is argued that the strong focus on North America in William Arnal and Russell T. McCutcheon’s book, The Sacred Is The Profane, might weaken its impact.

In: Method & Theory in the Study of Religion
In: Numen
Author: Guy G. Stroumsa

The article deals with the complex relationship between the religious revolution of late antiquity and cultural changes in the Roman world. It focuses on new attitudes to books, and analyses them in parallel with new conceptions of the self emerging in early Christianity. In particular, it seeks to understand the paradox of the early monks having been at once fierce opponents and carriers of Greco-Roman paideia.

In: Church History and Religious Culture
In: Jews in Byzantium
In: Homer and the Bible in the Eyes of Ancient Interpreters