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The Hebrew Canon and Politics

By Philip R Davies

Canons are a natural feature of a literary culture—and indeed, as the origin of the word in ancient Greece illustrates, it does not apply only to literary works but any artistic accomplishments that are judged to set a kind of standard or norm. See complete essay


Constantine and the Dialogue of Religions (c. 300-c. 340 A.D.)

By Mark Edwards

I have been invited to contribute some thoughts to Bible and Interpretation, which were suggested to me in the course of writing my recent book Religions of the Constantinian Empire. The book itself was partly inspired by a chapter that I wrote for another volume, on religions in the age of Marcus Aurelius (161-180 A.D.). See complete essay


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