A richly illustrated study of the lives of ordinary Christians. Focusing on the experience of common believers over 2,000 years, leading experts examine the religious sensibilities and consciousness of "the people"---their assumptions, values, habits, longings, terrors, anxieties, and comforts. Includes helpful notes, useful indices, and extensive bibliographies to enhance further study. 2519 pages total, seven softcovers from Fortress.
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