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The Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast explores social and religious life in the Greco-Roman world, especially early Christianity including the New Testament. Half-hour episodes are released bi-weekly from September to June (with a summer break in July and August). These episodes are not scripted; they are edited versions of improvised lectures from point-form notes.

Podcast – Ethnic Relations and Migration in the Ancient World: The Websites of Philip A. Harland Philip A. Harland

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 2 Ratings

The Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast explores social and religious life in the Greco-Roman world, especially early Christianity including the New Testament. Half-hour episodes are released bi-weekly from September to June (with a summer break in July and August). These episodes are not scripted; they are edited versions of improvised lectures from point-form notes.

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2 Ratings

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Truly helpful in understanding diversity

Not only is this podcast of genuine common interest as a human being as it dives into some of the most important and influential writings of mankind, it is allso presented in a freindly, relaxed and forthcoming way. Some of it is almost "easy-listening" and some is very demanding, not to say troubleing. My best recomandation must be, that if I ever come near Toronto, Canada I will be sure to try and attend a session with Philip Harland.

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