Leading Events in the History of the Church, Vol. 2: The Early Middle Ages (Classic Reprint)

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Saxons, and Scandinavians, who were heathens, firelgffiei?hfrr all the Teutonic invaders were Arians. It had so schismaticf? happened that the earliest advancing Teutonic tribes settled for a time in the land north of the Danube. This was early in the fourth century, when Arianism was at its height. Ulfilas, Arian patriarch of Constantinople, undertook to convert these Gothic people. He invented the Gothic alphabet, and translated the Bible for their use. All these bold warriors were therefore converted, not to Catholic Christianity, but to Arian Chris tianity, and wherever they conquered and settled they took their belief with them.

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Language - English

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Published Date - August 23 2019

ISBN - 9780260644336

Dimesions - 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.1 cm

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