The separateness of Christians in their interaction with the public life of Imperial Romans, AD 50-313






The separateness of Christians in their interaction with the public life of Imperial Romans, AD 50-313

By Diana Valerie Clark

PhD Dissertation, University of Johannesburg, 2008

Abstract: This investigation is in the discipline of theology (Church History) and seeks to discover how and why the early Christians separated themselves from the world in which they lived, and the results thereof.

A study is made of the Roman Empire of the first three centuries, its politics, commerce and industry, and entertainment. The Christians


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