This book is a survey of the relationship between the two Celtic and Roman traditions in Merovingian Gaul, Lombard Italy, and the British Isles during the period of the Easter controversy. It looks at baptismal liturgy, the style of tonsure, and the correct dating of Easter.
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CAITLIN CORNING is an Associate Professor of history at George Fox University. Corning has been the Chair of the Department of History and Political Science since 2000 and is the 2002 recipient of the Teacher of the Year Award. She serves on the board of the Conference on Faith and History and is an associate editor of Religion in Eastern Europe. She received a B.A. in History and Latin from Seattle Pacific University, an M.A. in Medieval studies from the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Leeds, and a Ph.D. in early Medieval history from the University of Leeds.Review:
"What were the issues that led to the Celtic Church's eventual demise as it was absorbed into the Church universal? Caitlin Corning, Professor of History at George Fox University, turns her considerable analytical skills toward answering this question . . . Corning has done a superlative job of making understandable one of the most bewildering, and apparently divisive, theological issues of the Middle Ages." - Christian Scholar's Review"The author has taken on a formidable task, and executed it extremely well. This book deserves to be widely read. An essential introduction to its topic, it engages energetically with current scholarship and contains much that is original. It is sure to stimulate further debate and research." - Kaarina Hollo, Universities of Cambridge and Sheffield
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