The christians as the romans saw them illuminates a subject often misunderstood why did the romans persecute christians robert wilken tells the story from the viewpoint of the romans he articulates the arguments made against christianity by roman writers including galen celsus porphyry and julian the apostate. The christians as the romans saw them book description this book which includes a new preface by the author offers an engrossing portrayal of the early years of the christian movement from the perspective of the romansa fascinating account of early christian thought . The christians as the romans saw them this book is a great historical picture of how the christians were viewed in the first centuries ce it through the eyes of several contemporary read first and second century authors shows us just how counter cultural the early christians were. The christians as the romans saw them superstitious depraved obstinate and foolish given my chosen field of study namely christian origins i am often asked by students and attendees at my lectures whether there are any reference to jesus and the early christian movement outside the new testament
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