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 Adams,Atlantic Monthly"The pioneering study in English of Roman impressions of Christians during the first four centuries A.D."-E. Glenn Hinson,Christian Century"This gracefully written study . . . draws upon well-known sources-both pagan and Christian-to provide the general reader with an illuminating account . . . [of how] Christianity appeared to the Romans before it became the established religion of the empire."-Merle Rubin,Christian Science Monitor
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