Eusebius, Christianity, and Judaism

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Harold W. Attridge, G˘hei Hata
Wayne State University Press, 1992 - 802 pages
Scholars of the history and literature of Christianity and Judaism explore the life and enduring contributions of Eusebius of Caesarea, an important writer and historian from the early fourth century. The essays focus on elements of the story that Eusebius tells the story of the early church, its re

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Contents

CONTRIBUTORS
9
PREFACE
15
INTRODUCTION by Harold W Attridge
27
CHRISTIAN ORIGINS
40
THE FATE OF THE JEWS
42
Christian Perspectives by Richard
53
Gorday
139
Legends of the Apostles by Dennis R MacDonald
166
Christian SelfIdentification and the Twelfth Benediction
355
AveryPeck 1
409
EUSEBIUS AS APOLOGIST
435
Arthur J Droge
492
Eusebius and the Posthumous Career of Apollonius of Tyana
510
Eusebius on Jesus as Deceiver and Sorcerer by Frederick
523
EUSEBIUS AS EXEGETE
541
The Basis of Biblical Hermeneutics
563

THE GROWTH AND EXPANSION
181
Clark 1
256
Early Christian and Jewish Art by Joseph Gutmann
270
Eusebius and Gnosticism by Birger A Pearson
291
Eusebius and the Paschal Controversy by William L
311
Jewish Christianity by Alan F Segal
326
EUSEBIUS AND THE EMPIRE
617
THE LEGACY OF EUSEBIUS
687
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY ON EUSEBIUS
761
INDEX TO EUSEBIUS AND ANCIENT LITERATURE
795
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