Julian between pagans and christians
Keywords:Paganism, Hellenism, Chrtistianity, Christian Church
AbstractThe kind of religion that Julian wanted to restore had very little in common with classical paganism, which comprised a set of doctrines that presupposed an unprecedented systematization of theology as well as a specific moral teaching. These aspects constituted a radical innovation, whose underpinning was a project of paganism that incorporated, at least to a certain extent, some of the institutions created by the Christian Church during its recent development.
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