Many of the contributions here collected were presented on the International Day of Studies entitled "Cristiani, ebrei e pagani: il dibattito sulla Sacra Scrittura tra III e VI secolo", held in Lecce (October 4th, 2013). The book explores the different approaches to the Sacred Scriptures by Christians, Jews and Heathens considered according to their various internal, geographical and chronological articulations, and more generally to the debate on the Scriptures developed between the 3rd and the 6th centuries in a society in which the interactions and meetings between peoples, religions and intellectuals were rather widespread. In particular, the contributions, which contribute to the reconstruction of a complex and articulated cultural landscape, are organized in three sections: I. Contraddizioni bibliche e cultura pagana (S. Morlet, C. Moreschini, A. Capone); II. Esegesi e polemica: Celso e Macario di Magnesia (E. Saponaro, P. De Giorgi, A. Cataldo); III. Ebrei, pagani e Sacre Scritture (P. Andrist, G. Rinaldi, M. Ryzhik).
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