- Title Pages
- The Joan Palevsky Imprint in Classical Literature
Part OnePoints of Departure
1Christian Leadership and the Challenge of Theology
2“Not in the Spirit of Controversy”
Part TwoGod in Dispute
3Precision, Devotion, and Controversy in Alexandria
4Making the People a Partner to the Dispute
5“For the Sake of the Logos”
6“To Please the Overseer of All”
Part ThreeDefining God
7Claiming Truth, Projecting Power, A.D. 325–337
8The Challenge of Theology and Power in Action
- (p.153) Conclusion
- Doctrine and Power
Carlos R. Galvão-Sobrinho
- University of California Press
The conclusion revisits the central arguments of the book and pulls together the main threads of this study.
Keywords: religious conflict, Christian history early church, ca. 30–600, heresy, doctrine history Christian, bishops Rome, Arianism, leadership (sociology), violence, power, Rome history empire, 284–476
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