This collection brings together a set of studies on the notions of the sacred and the secular held by early Christian writers, especially Augustine and Gregory the Great, and on their relationships in actual practice in Late Antiquity. Problems of heresy and orthodoxy in Latin Christianity, especially in the context of the Pelagian controversy, are discussed in this intellectual context and impact of his thought are also included.
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Robert A. Markus, Emeritus, University of Nottingham, UKReview:
'This splendid collection brings together papers on society, history, politics, and theology in late antiquity which all betray Professor Markus' rare gift for integrating these disciplines in a manner which allows his subject to be seen from an original and illuminating perspective.' Journal of Theological Studies
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