Reading Plutarch will generate new ideas in your own thinking, ushering you into the company of the great minds who came before and inviting you to live life well along with them.
Photographs by David Gill
We are pleased to feature an exclusive interview with the co-editors of an exciting collection of essays on Christianity and the ancient city, The Urban World and the First Christians (UWFC).
While many NT scholars may know a whole lot about Matthew–Revelation, many lack the ability to pick up and read Josephus and Clement in the original Greek, or Seneca and Cicero in Latin. This reveals not just a severe lack of language ability, but...