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A Manual Of Christian Archeology

Author : Orazio Marucchi
ISBN : 1494111136
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This is a new release of the original 1935 edition.

The American Ecclesiastical Review;

Author : Herman Joseph Heuser
ISBN : UOM:39015075063654
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Catalog Of Copyright Entries New Series

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : STANFORD:36105063357417
Genre : American literature
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The Mind Of The Middle Ages

Author : Frederick B. Artz
ISBN : 9780226308128
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"This is the third edition of a near standard survey of the intellectual life of the age of faith. Artz on the arts, as on philosophy, politics and other aspects of culture, makes lively and informative reading."—The Washington Post

Catalogue Of Copyright Entries

Author : Library of Congress. Copyright Office
ISBN : UCAL:B3458500
Genre : Copyright
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The Oxford Handbook Of Early Christian Studies

Author : Susan Ashbrook Harvey
ISBN : 9780191556616
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The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Studies responds to and celebrates the explosion of research in this inter-disciplinary field over recent decades. As a one-volume reference work, it provides an introduction to the academic study of early Christianity (c. 100-600 AD) and examines the vast geographical area impacted by the early church, in western and eastern late antiquity. It is thematically arranged to encompass history, literature, thought, practices, and material culture. It contains authoritative and up-to-date surveys of current thinking and research in the various sub-specialties of early Christian studies, written by leading figures in the discipline. The essays orientate readers to a given topic, as well as to the trajectory of research developments over the past 30-50 years within the scholarship itself. Guidance for future research is also given. Each essay points the reader towards relevant forms of extant evidence (texts, documents, or examples of material culture), as well as to the appropriate research tools available for the area. This volume will be useful to advanced undergraduate and post-graduate students, as well as to specialists in any area who wish to consult a brief review of the 'state of the question' in a particular area or sub-specialty of early Christian studies, especially one different from their own.

The Oxford Handbook Of Early Christian Ritual

Author : Risto Uro
ISBN : 9780198747871
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Scholars of religion have long assumed that ritual and belief constitute the fundamental building blocks of religious traditions and that these two components of religion are interrelated and interdependent in significant ways. Generations of New Testament and Early Christian scholars have produced detailed analyses of the belief systems of nascent Christian communities, including their ideological and political dimensions, but have by and large ignored ritual as an important element of early Christian religion and as a factor contributing to the rise and the organization of the movement. In recent years, however, scholars of early Christianity have begun to use ritual as an analytical tool for describing and explaining Christian origins and the early history of the movement. Such a development has created a momentum toward producing a more comprehensive volume on the ritual world of Early Christianity employing advances made in the field of ritual studies. The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Ritual gives a manifold account of the ritual world of early Christianity from the beginning of the movement up to the end of the fifth century. The volume introduces relevant theories and approaches; central topics of ritual life in the cultural world of early Christianity; and important Christian ritual themes and practices in emerging Christian groups and factions.

Tribals Empire And God

Author : Zhodi Angami
ISBN : 9780567671325
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Tribal biblical interpretation is a developing area of study that is concerned with reading the Bible through the eyes of tribal people. While many studies of reading the Bible from the reader's social, cultural and historical location have been made in various parts of the world, no thorough study that offers a coherent and substantive methodology for tribal biblical interpretation has been made. This book is the first comprehensive work that offers a description of tribal biblical interpretation and shows its application by making a lucid reading of Matthew's infancy narrative from a tribal reader's perspective. Using reader-response criticism as his primary method, Zhodi Angami brings his tribal context of North East India into conversation with Matthew's account of the birth of Jesus. Since tribal people of North East India see themselves as living under colonial rule, a tribal reader sees Matthew's text as a narrative that actively resists and subverts imperial rule. Likewise, the tribal experience of living at the margins inspires a tribal reader to look at the narrative from the underside, from the perspective of those who are sidelined, ignored, belittled or forgotten. Tribal biblical interpretation presented here follows a process of conversation between tribal worldview and Matthew's narrative. Such a method animates the text for the tribal reader and makes the biblical narrative not only more intelligible to the tribal reader but allows the text to speak directly to the tribal context.

Viewing Inscriptions In The Late Antique And Medieval World

Author : Antony Eastmond
ISBN : 9781107092419
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This book considers the visual qualities of inscriptions from a cross-cultural perspective focusing on the period from Late Antiquity to the Middle Ages.

College Apologetics

Author : Rev. Fr. Anthony Alexander
ISBN : 9781618903051
Genre : Religion
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The classic apologetics for adult level. Ironclad logic! The existence of God, immortality of the soul, necessity of religion, reliability of the Gospels, nature of the Church, proof of her truth, etc. A work of genius; irrefutable! Impr.

The Early Modern Invention Of Late Antique Rome

Author : Nicola Denzey Lewis
ISBN : 9781108471893
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A new look at the Cult of the Saints in late antiquity: did it really dominate Christianity in late antique Rome?

Early Christianity

Author : Roland Herbert Bainton
ISBN : NWU:35556015791940
Genre : Religion
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Crispina And Her Sisters

Author : Christine Schenk
ISBN : 9781506411897
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Cripina and Her Sisters explores visual imagery found on burial artifacts of prominent early Christian women. It carefully situates the tomb art within the cultural context of customary Roman commemorations of the dead and provides an in-depth review of women‘s history in the first four centuries of Christianity. From this, a fascinating picture emerges of women‘s authority in the early church--a picture either not readily available or recognized, or even sadly distorted in the written history.

Our Long Hairitage

Author : Roger Sigler
ISBN : 9781449714819
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Most causes of hair loss are manmade. Proper nutrition is one thing. But a lush rain forest is ruined by clear-cutting just as close-cropping the head invites a desert. To add insult to injury biocides (which include many hair products and chlorine) aggravate the environment further by destroying the vital inhabitants thereof. These things cause the scalp to become deserted. In contrast our long haired ancestors had healthy heads of hair because they manipulated nature little. This unique book traces the history of this fact as well as the origins of excessive hair removal during times of religious idolatry. Learn the benefits of longer hair from science, health, Scripture, and history to prevent hair loss and skin cancer; for healthy hair and scalp; to protect your head; and to promote your unique identity. This easy-to-understand book abounds with 100 pictures and other illustrations, handy tables, and is completely referenced. The fight against hair loss will never be won until you understand that the real root causes are self-inflicted or enforced against you by others. Read this book first and get the facts before wasting money on products.

The Mind Of The Middle Ages A D 200 1500

Author : Frederick Binkerd Artz
ISBN : UOM:39015016736350
Genre : Civilization, Medieval
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Ante Pacem

Author : Graydon F. Snyder
ISBN : 0865548951
Genre : Religion
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Early Christianity emerged from obscurity to dominate the Roman world: that story, told and retold, continues to fascinate historians and believers. But the religion of ordinary Christians is not so well or easily known; they have left us no literary record of their faith and their hope, their marrying and their dying, their worship and their common life. Before the publication of "Ante Pacem there was no introduction or source-book for early Christian archaeology available in English. With his book Professor Snyder has performed an incalculable service for students of early Christianity and the world of late antiquity. He analyzes in one lavishly illustrated volume every piece of evidence that can, with some degree of assurance, be dated before the triumph of the emperor Constantine at the Milvian Bridge in 312CE thrust the nascent Christian culture "into a universal role as the formal religious expression of the Roman Empire."

Christian Origins

Author : Arthur Patrick Madgett
ISBN : OSU:32435018941609
Genre : Apologetics
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Christianity And Civilization

Author : James Arthur Corbett
ISBN : STANFORD:36105024342359
Genre : Christian civilization
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The Worship Of The Church

Author : William J. O'Shea
ISBN : UVA:X000736532
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An Outline History Of The Church By Centuries

Author : Joseph McSorley
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