Irish Jesus, Roman Jesus T: He Formation of Early Irish Christianity
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Irish Jesus, Roman Jesus T: He Formation of Early Irish Christianity

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Nearly two thousand years before the Roman Empire, a group of Celts wandered into the Mediterranean basin, establishing a home in the region of Galatia, modern-day Turkey. They brought with them their political and economic systems, their cultural practices, and most significantly their religious traditions. Paul of Tarsus visited Galatia and established churches there. Bu...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 1st 2002 by Trinity Press International
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circular logic.
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This wasn't quite what I expected-- I'm not sure I fully understand what the Irish Jesus would be like-- but it inspired me to read more and ask further questions. There are some excellent insights on the general message of Jesus, as well.
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