Conversion and Initiation in Antiquity

Conversion and Initiation in Antiquity

For decades, Arthur D. Nock’s famous definition of conversion and his distinction between conversion and adhesion have greatly influenced our understanding of individual religious transformation in the ancient world. The articles in this volume – originally presented as papers at the conference Conversion and Initiation in Antiquity (Ebeltoft, Denmark, December 2012) – aim to nuance this understanding. They do so by exploring different facets of these two phenomena… (more)

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Publisher: Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften (December 09, 2014)

Collection: Early Christianity in the Context of Antiquity

Parent ISBN: 9783631658512

Page count: 311 pages

Language: English


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