Conversion Among the Germanic Peoples

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A&C Black, 6. nov. 1998 - 214 sider
Conversion Among the Germanic Peoples is a detailed look at the introduction of Christianity to the German peoples. It provides a history of the process of conversion that took place over several centuries and the influences that prompted it. It will make a wonderful addition to the libraries of scholars and students alike."
--British Association for the Study of Religions Bulletin>

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Christianity and the Germanic peoples in late antiquity
30
Arianism and Catholicism
63
reclaiming the lost province
88
AngloSaxon missions to the continent
119
Christianity in the North
135
The conversion of Iceland
158
Conclusion
173
Index
207
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Carole M. Cusack is an associate lecturer in the School of Studies in Religion, University of Sydney.

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