Understanding Early Christianity, 1st to 5th Centuries Paperback

An Introductory Atlas

by Franklin H. Littell;


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Understanding Early Christianity, 1st to 5th Centuries

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Most atlases are limited to sketching areas of political hegemony. Ethnic and/or national lines provide the basic context within which important concepts are optically presented. And, in the history of religions, much can be conveyed by graphics that are primarily geographical. This introductory atlas represents the first 500 years of Christianity and can thus, for the most part, safely rely on ethnic and national boundaries to provde the basic context for the maps and drawings that illustrate change. Three main areas are emphasized: -Theology and dogma -Ethical and moral life -The early phase of the expansion of Christianity to a world religion

Understanding Early Christianity, 1st to 5th Centuries by Franklin H. Littell was published by Carta,The Israel Map & Publishing Company Ltd,Israel in November 2015. The ISBN for Understanding Early Christianity, 1st to 5th Centuries is 9789652208644.

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Page last updated 10th December 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherCarta,The Israel Map & Publishing Company Ltd,Israel (November 2015)
Weight227g
Number of Pages40
Thickness5 mm
Height280 mm
Width229 mm
ISBN9789652208644
ISBN-109652208647
Product Code4335664
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