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The Bosnian Church

From the Twelth to the Fourteenth Century

By (author) John Fine
Genres: Church history
Format: Hardback
Publisher: Saqi Books, London, United Kingdom
Published: 1st Jan 2007
Dimensions: w 160mm h 235mm d 40mm
Weight: 773g
ISBN-10: 0863565034
ISBN-13: 9780863565038
Barcode No: 9780863565038
Synopsis
John Fine's major classic work on the history and nature of the medieval Bosnian Church, which flourished on the fault-line dividing the worlds of Western and Eastern Christianity, is now back in print with an important new introduction. Based on a wide-ranging and critical use of the extant primary sources, he not only successfully challenges enduring stereotypes and presumptions about the religious and political history of medieval Bosnia, but also reviews and reinterprets the wider context of religion and heresy in South-eastern Europe at the time. This seminal work has far-reaching implications for our understanding of the entire process of Islamization of early Ottoman Bosnia.

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'This unbiased and lucid analysis of the exact nature of the relationship between the Bosnian Church and Balkan dualist heresy has retained its validity and significance in the current times, when new religio-political manipulations and actualizations of the problem have multiplied in range and intensity.' Yuri Stoyanov, author of The Other God