Christian Late Antiquity

HIST T238
3.00 crs.

Knowledge & Values: History I

Christianity in Europe and the Levant as it emerged in Late Antiquity was forged in a period where, from the encounter and clash of vastly disparate cultures and beliefs, new artistic and intellectual forms emerged from the old and new modes of thinking and living took hold in a world that managed to successfully synthesize innovation and tradition at all levels of existence.  The study of Christianity in Late Antiquity, then, is the study of a social revolution in the making. 

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