Conversion Among the Germanic Peoples
A&C Black, 6 nov 1998 - 214 páginas
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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