I invited Andrew on to talk about magic in the ancient Greek and Roman world, both from the academic side and exploring the internal perspective within the Greek and Roman worlds.
Andrew Henry is a scholar of religion focusing on early Christianity and the religions of the late Roman Empire. He earned his PhD in 2020 from Boston University.
Andrew launched Religion for Breakfast in 2014 during his PhD studies when he realized that religious studies content was almost completely lacking on YouTube. Religion for Breakfast aims to remedy this by publishing introductory videos on a variety of topics related to religion. Visit Andrew’s website here to learn more about him and his work.
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