Christians, Jews, and Judaism in the Eastern Mediterranean and Near East, c. 150–400 CE [chapter]

Andrew Jacobs
The institutional, social, and theological rise of an imperial-episcopal orthodoxy in the 4th-century Roman Empire transformed the productive, if not always genial, scriptural and ritual interactions among Jews and Christians in previous centuries into a discourse of theological difference, enabling violence and exclusion.
doi:10.17613/brfd-qv27 fatcat:vchvx4jl2zeflcylmatygv5h5i