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A history of the church in Africa

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. 1099-1147) and indexes.

        StatementCambridge University Press
        PublishersCambridge University Press
        LC Classifications2000
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 83 p. :
        Number of Pages74
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        ISBN 10052158342X

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Within African communities, there were clashes brought on by Christianization. The book of Acts, however, sheds light on another region radically influenced by early Christianity: North Africa. Early in the 21st century, as celibacy continued to come under question, Africa was cited as a region where the violation of celibacy is particularly rampant.

History of Christianity in Africa

in 1198 requested the Almohads to allow the to perform its duties and in 1200 wrote a letter to the Christians enslaved there.

At this meeting, European powers partitioned Africa for colonization and trade. In 312 Emperor Constantine made Christianity the official religion of the Roman Empire. His influence echoes in the work of many who followed. StatsSA National Census results 2012• Patrick Johnstone and Jason Mandryk, Paternoster, 200131 January 2011 at the.

Early Christian writers Clement and Eusebius both report that Mark preached in Alexandria, Egypt; Eusebius notes that he was martyred there.