Byzantine christianity the fabulously rich sibling to western christianity flourished in the byzantine empire for over a millennium from the founding of constantinople in 324 to its fall in 1453 the history of christianity began to open itself up its agenda over the last two centuries has been dominated by others facets of this religions past such as theology dogma institutions and ecclesio political relations. Byzantine christianity a peoples history of christianity vol 3 derek krueger editor minneapolis fortress 2006 252 pp 3500 john mcguckin theology today 2008 65 1 137 137 download citation if you have the appropriate software installed you can download article citation data to the citation manager of your choice simply select your manager software from the list below and . This third volume in the pioneering a peoples history of christianity series focuses on the religious lives of ordinary people and introduces the religion of the byzantine christian laity by asking the questions what did ordinary christians do in church in their homes and their workshops how were icons used how did the people celebrate marry and mourn where did they go on pilgrimage contributors include derek krueger university of north carolina at greensboro vasiliki
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