Gorgias Studies in Early Christianity and Patristics is designed to advance our understanding of various aspects of early Christianity. The scope of the series is broad, with volumes addressing the historical, cultural, literary, theological and philosophical contexts of the early Church. The series, reflecting the most current scholarship, is essential to advanced students and scholars of early Christianity. Gorgias welcomes proposals from senior scholars as well as younger scholars whose dissertations have made an important contribution to the field of early Christianity.
Series Editorial Board
Dr. Carly Daniel-Hughes (ThD, Harvard University), Concordia University (Chair)
Dr. Jeanne-Nicole Mellon Saint-Lauren (PhD, Brown University), Marquette University
Dr. Adam Serfass (PhD, Stanford University), Kenyon College
Prof. Ilaria Ramelli (PhD, State University of Milan), Sacred Heart Major Seminary
Prof. Helen Rhee (PhD, Fuller Theological Seminary), Westmont College