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Very Good/Good. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall 0713413603 Harback Hardback. First Edition. Small tear to top edge to back of D/J. Slightly sunned spine to D/J. The present book sets out to show (within the context of this story and its aftermath) the way in which traditions of great variety and richness came together to create early Anglo-Saxon Christianity, traditions which the English imported and also derived from their own pagan culture and imagination. It seeks to explain how Christianity was absorbed into society, and more particularly how churchmen prepared themselves, by prayer and study and travel, as well as by social awareness, to christianize their world. Their conception of this task is what the records of the period most clearly reveals. In the first part of the book an effort has been made to give equal imaginative weight to the Roman and irish missionaries and to put in perspective the element of conflict between them. The second part studies the religious and cultural achievement of the earliest Christian period in England, especially in terms of art, prayer, institutions and educational ideals. Extensive notes list the author's sources and at the same time provide a critical bibliography for the reader. 334 pp. (We carry a wide selection of titles in The Arts, Theology, History, Politics, Social and Physical Sciences. academic and scholarly books and Modern First Editions etc. )
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