Editorial - 10.1628/219944615X14234960199597 - Mohr Siebeck

Jörg Rüpke, Reinhard Feldmeier, Karen L. King, Rubina Raja, Annette Yoshiko Reed, Christoph Riedweg, Seth Schwartz, Christopher Smith, Markus Vinzent


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'Religion in the Roman Empire' (RRE) intends to further new and integrative perspectives on religion in the Ancient World combining multidisciplinary methodologies. Starting from the notion of 'lived religion' it will offer a platform for recent and still incipient research to modify and cross the disciplinary boundaries between 'History of Religion', 'Archaeology', 'Anthropology', 'Classics', 'Ancient History', 'Jewish History', 'Rabbinics', 'New Testament', 'Early Christianity', 'Patristics', 'Coptic Studies', 'Gnostic and Manichaean Studies', 'Late Antiquity' and 'Oriental Languages'. We hope to stimulate the development of new approaches which can encompass the local and global trajectories of the pluralistic, multi-dimensional religions of antiquity.

Loyal Rue. Nature is Enough: Religious Naturalism and the Meaning of Life

Jörg Rüpke Born 1962; permanent fellow in Religious Studies at the Max Weber Centre for Advanced Cultural and Social Studies at the University of Erfurt and co-director of the International research group »Religion and Urbanity: Reciprocal Formations.«

Reinhard Feldmeier Geboren 1952; Promotion und Habilitation in Tübingen; Pfarrer der bayerischen Landeskirche; 1992–95 Professur in Koblenz; 1995–2002 Professur in Bayreuth; 2002–20 Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für Neues Testament in Göttingen, Mitglied der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen.

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Annette Yoshiko Reed Born 1973; BA from McGill University; MTS from Harvard Divinity School; MA and PhD from Princeton University; currently Associate Professor in the Skirball Department of Hebrew and Judaic Studies and the Program in Religious Studies at New York University.

Christoph Riedweg is professor of Old Testament and Early Judaism in Zürich.

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Loyal Rue. Nature is Enough: Religious Naturalism and the Meaning of Life