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THE LIMITS OF THE HERESIOLOGICAL ETHOS IN LATE ANTIQUITY

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A catechumen would be inculcated with a true heresiological ethos intended to arm him or her against the seductions of doctrinal adversaries of the Christian community into which they were now to enter. This was not just about an intellectual ‘flight from heresy’, but also about renouncing all physical contact with heretics. This study considers the difficulties surrounding the creation of this ethos in the course of the doctrinal controversies of the third to fifth c.

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2016-12-07

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