Podcast 6.3: Judean and Christian Groups as Associations

Using Josephus and Philo as a starting point, here I discuss how Judeans (Jews), Christians, and others in the ancient world could express the identities of Judean synagogues and Christian congregations in terms of association-life. Although peculiar cultural minorities in some respects, Judean and Christian groups can be studied alongside other associations in the Greco-Roman world. This is part of series 6 (Associations in the Greco-Roman World) of the Religions of the Ancient Mediterranean podcast.

Podcast 6.3: Judean and Christian Groups as Associations (mp3; archive.org page with various downloading options here).

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3 thoughts on “Podcast 6.3: Judean and Christian Groups as Associations

  1. Peter

    I’ve really enjoyed listening to your podcasts but I’m finally having to give them up as I can no longer get them to download. The download starts and then drops it for no apparent reason after a MB or two. I’ve tried well over a dozen times for this latest podcast. It’s odd as I regularly download much larger files.
    But thanks for some excellent lectures.

  2. Phil H.

    Hello Peter,

    I’m not sure why this is happening to you. Have you tried downloading directly from the archive.org page (following the “here”) link?

    Phil

  3. Phil H.

    Hello again, Peter,

    I just tried downloading from the archive page and it worked fine.

    Were you having trouble downloading from iTunes?

    Phil

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