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Candida Moss. The Myth of Persecution: How Early Christians Invented a Story of Martyrdom. New York: HarperOne: 2013. Candida Moss is a professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Notre Dame. Her book The Myth of Persecution was widely … Continue reading
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Rachel Bomberger Rachel Bomberger is EerdWord editor for Eerdmans. She loves reading, writing, and Sir Patrick Stewart. * * * I don’t know how the rest of you wiled away our recent little ice age of…