By Guido Alfani,Vincent Gourdon

The authors during this quantity learn religious kinship in Europe from the tip of the center a while to the commercial Age. Uniquely evaluating Catholic, Protestant and Orthodox perspectives and practices, the chapters examine adjustments in theological concept through the years in addition to in social customs regarding religious kinship, together with godparenthood.

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