Rise of Christianity in Northern Europe, 300-1000

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Bloomsbury Academic, 1998 - Religion - 214 pages
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Carole M. Cusack presents a study of the process of conversion among the Germanic people-including those in Scandinavia and Iceland-from the third to eleventh centuries. This book begins by examining previous scholarship on this conversion process. It then proceeds to develop a new model of conversion appropriate to the Germanic peoples. Cusack extends this model to compare six different Germanic conversions.

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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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