Call for papers: ‘Pagans and Christians in Late Antique Rome: Interpreting the Evidence’
The Ascent of Christian Law: Patristic and Byzantine Formulations of a New Civilization
This work asks the question: "What did Christianity do to build a civilization"? In the present age, law has been used energetically to micro-manage human societies, values, and aspirations. But did law work that way in antiquity?
Interview with theologian Dr A.J. Milbank, Professor of Religion, Politics and Ethics at the University of Nottingham
In this interview with Fr Antoniy Borisov, Professor Milbank, Director of the Centre for Theology and Politics at Nottingham University, discusses religion in modern and ancient everyday life, the place of romanticism in theology, and "Radical Orthodoxy".