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Conversion: The Old and the New in Religion from Alexander the Great to Augustine of Hippo (Library of Early Christology)

Nock, Arthur Darby.
Baylor University Press
2019-06-30
PB ?| 6 x 9 x 0.8 Inch| 1 kg| 344 pages| ISBN 9781481311588
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1933년에 출간됐던 역사적 연구를 복간하여 초기 고기독론 시리즈의 일환으로 펴낸 책으로서, 그리스-로마 시기의 종교에 비해 유대교/기독교의 회심 이해의 독특성을 추적한 책

Originally published in 1933,  Conversion: The Old and the New in Religion from Alexander the Great to Augustine of Hippo remains one of the most influential studies of religion in the Hellenistic and Roman time periods. For years, Arthur Darby Nock was one of the world’s leading authorities on the religions of later antiquity. In this book, Nock analyzes the religious environment in the Greco-Roman world to reveal what made Judaism and Christianity distinctive.
 
Nock compares the conversion process of Christianity with other religious options of the time, noting the differences. He traces the connections between Christianity and the culture into which it was born―a culture in which Christian beliefs and practices spread within households and along already established paths of trade to bridge social divides, offering a compelling alternative to traditional and contemporary cultic options. Through a deep examination of the psychology and circumstances of the Greco-Roman period, Nock concludes that Christianity succeeded, in part, because it acquired and adapted various aspects of other religions and philosophies that possessed popular appeal.
 
Now with a new introduction by Clare K. Rothschild (Lewis University), this new edition of  Conversion revitalizes a work that continues to speak.  Conversion is still an essential read for anyone attempting to understand the complex relationships among religion, culture, and the rise of Christianity.

A. D. Nock (1902 ?1963) was the Frothingham Professor of the History of Religion at Harvard University. He was for years one of the world’s leading authorities on the religions of later antiquity. He is also the author of Early Gentile Christianity and Its Hellenistic Background and Essays on Religion and the Ancient World.

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