In the church at Jerusalem, women prepared and served communal meals. Finger contends that this tradition of an agape meal---which entails sharing with the poor---lasted for hundreds of years. If true, it has far-reaching implications for how the contemporary church should interact with the world. 320 pages, softcover. Eerdmans.
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