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Greco-Roman Religion
Greco-roman Religions
Dictionaries
Dictionary of Paul and His Letters
Religions, Greco-Roman
Religions, greco-romanThe adjective Greco-Roman indicates that the cults discussed in this article are those which were practiced in the ancient Mediterranean world during the Hellenistic and Roman periods (i.e., from the late fourth century b.c. through the fifth century a.d.). These were periods of
Dictionary of New Testament Background
Religion, Greco-Roman
RELIGION, GRECO-ROMANThe adjective Greco-Roman indicates that the cults discussed in this article are those which were practiced in the ancient Mediterranean world during the Hellenistic and Roman periods (i.e., from the late fourth century b.c. through the fifth century a.d.). These were periods of
Dictionary of the Later New Testament & Its Developments
Religions, Greco-roman
Religions, Greco-romanThe traditional religions of Greece and those of Rome underwent significant changes in the Hellenistic and Roman imperial periods. Nevertheless it would be a mistake to minimize the influence of the traditional religion and traditional religious attitudes in NT times. Against the
Dictionary of Jesus and the Gospels, Second Edition
Gods, Greek and Roman
GODS, GREEK AND ROMANThere has been a recent resurgence of interest in the function of Jesus in the religion of early Christians, dealing with crucial issues that have been largely ignored since W. Bousset’s Kyrios Christos (1913 [ET 1970]) and the religionsgeschichtliche Schule. This German Protestant