Eastern Orthodox Church

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Most notable is the insistence of Peter Brown, in such books as The Body and Society (1988) and Power and Persuasion in Late Antiquity (1992), that Byzantine religion was mostly about sexuality, anxiety, and power, a view that owes much less to Byzantine sources than to the poststructuralism of Michel Foucault.
The ramifications on Byzantine religion are the subject of a separate chapter, with discussion of the practice of religion, the Latin takeover of local monasteries, division and confiscation of Byzantine churches and their goods among Latin orders, and the role of the Pope.