Between personal and institutional religion : self, doctrine, and practice in late antique Eastern Christianity

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Full title: Between personal and institutional religion : self, doctrine, and practice in late antique Eastern Christianity / edited by Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony and Lorenzo Perrone.
Other authors: Bitton-Ashkelony, Bruria, (Editor)
Perrone, Lorenzo, (Editor)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • 'Trembling at the thought of shipwreck': the anxious self in the letters of Barsanuphius and John of Gaza /
  • Lorenzo Perrone
  • Memory and forgetting in Romanos the Melodist's On the Newly Baptized /
  • Georgia Frank
  • The Great Kanon of Andrew of Crete, the penitential Bible, and the liturgical formation of the self in the Byzantine Dark Age /
  • Derek Krueger
  • Personal experience and self-exposure in Eastern Christianity: from Pseudo-Macarius to Symeon the New Theologian /
  • Brouria Bitton-Ashkelony
  • The transmission of early Christian memories in late antiquity: the editorial activity of laymen and philoponoi /
  • Alberto Camplani
  • The Cave of Treasures and the formation of Syriac Christian identity in late antique Mesopotamia: between tradition and innovation /
  • Sergey Minov
  • The treatment of religion in sixth-century Byzantine historians and some questions of religious affiliation /
  • Roger Scott
  • 'Packed with patristic testimonies': Severus of Antioch and the reinvention of the Church Fathers /
  • Yonatan Moss
  • Julianism after Julian of Halicarnassus /
  • Aryeh Kofsky
  • Uniformity and diversity in the early church: the date of Easter, the Jews, and imperial symbolism in the sixth century and beyond /
  • Oded Irshai
  • At cross purposes: the ritual execution of Haman in late antiquity /
  • Hillel I. Newman.