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Trenchantly interprets how an oddball religious cult became the official faith of Rome. . . . It makes for a thoughtful tour of Rome. --New York Times Book Review" Mr. O Donnell tells the familiar story of Christianity s heroic age of expansion, from Constantine to Theodosius, with verve and wit. --Wall Street Journal" James J. O Donnell s fine new book . . . is short but multilayered, erudite and dense. --Cleveland Plain-Dealer" [A] fascinating and insightful study of the pluralistic pagan gods. This book is a must read for everyone who is interested in either general history or the history of Christianity in particular. --Washington Book Review" Although [Pagans] is serious scholarship, it does not take itself too seriously. The result is an engaging view of antiquity few of us have seen.--Booklist" "Trenchantly interprets how an oddball religious cult became the official faith of Rome. . . . It makes for a thoughtful tour of Rome."--New York Times Book Review "Mr. O'Donnell tells the familiar story of Christianity's heroic age of expansion, from Constantine to Theodosius, with verve and wit."--Wall Street Journal "James J. O'Donnell's fine new book . . . is short but multilayered, erudite and dense."--Cleveland Plain-Dealer "[A] fascinating and insightful study of the pluralistic pagan gods. This book is a must read for everyone who is interested in either general history or the history of Christianity in particular."--Washington Book Review "Although [Pagans] is serious scholarship, it does not take itself too seriously. The result is an engaging view of antiquity few of us have seen.--Booklist -Trenchantly interprets how an oddball religious cult became the official faith of Rome. . . . It makes for a thoughtful tour of Rome.---New York Times Book Review -Mr. O'Donnell tells the familiar story of Christianity's heroic age of expansion, from Constantine to Theodosius, with verve and wit.---Wall Street Journal -James J. O'Donnell's fine new book . . . is short but multilayered, erudite and dense.---Cleveland Plain-Dealer -[A] fascinating and insightful study of the pluralistic pagan gods. This book is a must read for everyone who is interested in either general history or the history of Christianity in particular.---Washington Book Review -Although [Pagans] is serious scholarship, it does not take itself too seriously. The result is an engaging view of antiquity few of us have seen.--Booklist

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