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Anti-Judaism and Christian Orthodoxy

Ephrem's Hymns in Fourth-century Syria (Patristic Monograph Series)

Christine Shepardson

This book investigates the complex anti-Jewish and anti-Judaizing rhetoric of Ephrem, a fourth-century poet, deacon, and theologian from eastern Roman Syria whose Syriac-language writings remain unfamiliar and linguistically inaccessible to centuries of scholars who study the well-known Greek and Latin writings of his contemporaries.

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The New Prophecy and "New Visions"

Evidence of Montanism in The Passion of Perpetua and Felicitas (Patristic Monograph Series, Volume 18)

Rex D. Butler

In this book, Rex D. Butler examines the Passion for evidence of Montanism and proposes that its three authors--Perpetua, Saturus, and the unnamed editor--were Montanists.

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The Philosophical Life

Ancient biographies were more than accounts of the deeds of past heroes and guides for moral living. They were also arenas for debating pressing philosophical questions and establishing intellectual credentials, as Arthur P. Urbano argues in this study of biographies composed in Late Antiquity

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Tertullian's Aduersus Iudaeos

A Rhetorical Analysis (NAPS Patristic Monograph Series, Volume 19)

Geoffrey D. Dunn

Geoffrey D. Dunn is the first scholar to use classical rhetoric as the interpretative tool for analyzing the question of the authorship of Aduersus Iudaeos. He argues that Tertullian structured this work according to the rules of classical rhetoric and employed arguments familiar to anyone with training in oratory

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