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Christianity, Empire, and the Making of Religion in Late Antiquity (Divinations: Rereading Late Ancient Religion)

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"Jeremy M. Schott has done a masterful job of elucidating the points of connection—even debate—between Porphyry of Tyre, Lactantius, Constantine, and Eusebius. These men were the most prominent participants in the conversations, debates, and policies that guided Rome's transformations from pagan to Christian state. How their ideas respond to one another has, until now, not been satisfactorily mapped out."—Elizabeth Digeser, University of California, Santa Barbara

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Jeremy M. Schott teaches religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte.
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