Religious Organizations and Bodies: Christianity
Book description: This guide presents, side by side, materials from ten cultures and traditions. Thus specific beliefs, cults, gods, and ritual practices that arose and developed in Mediterranean religions, of Egypt, Anatolia and the Near East, Mesopotamia, Iran, Greece, and the Roman world, from the third millennium BCE to the fourth century CE are interpreted in comparison with one another, and with reference to aspects that crisscross cultural boundaries, such as Cosmology, Myth, Law and Ethics, and Magic. Written by leading scholars of ancient religion, the essays in this guide sketch the various religious histories, raise central theoretical issues, and examine several individual topics.
Bobertz, Charles A. "Religious Organizations and Bodies: Christianity." In Religions of the Ancient World: A Guide, edited by Sarah Iles Johnston, 323-324. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2004.
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