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Robert Gregg

Robert Gregg

Professor of Religious Studies and, by courtesy, Classics (Emeritus)
PhD University of Pennsylvania 1974

Research Interests

Early Christianity (institutions, thought, ritual); Jews, "Pagans", and Christians in Late Antiquity; Asceticism in the Roman and Early Christian periods; "Gnostic" forms of Christianity


Jews, Pagans, and Christians in the Ancient Golan (1996)

Arianism: Historical and Theological Assessments, ed. (1985)

Early Arianism with D. Groh (1981)

Athanasius' Life of Antony and Letter to Marcellinus, trans. and ed. (1980)

Consolation Philosophy (1974)



September 2015
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam are considered kindred religions-holding ancestral heritages and monotheistic belief in common-but there are...