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This front matter section of this book titled Reconsidering Eusebius contains the table of contents and the preface. The approach taken in the book is interdisciplinary: coming from different fields (theology, history, philology, and archaeology); it seeks to break with a trend in previous scholarship which tended to see Eusebius solely as an historian, a biblical scholar, or an apologist. A more fruitful approach is to consider him as a multi-faceted author who is at once a historian, a theologian, a scholar, and an apologist.

Keywords:apologist; biblical scholar; Eusebius



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