Religious Studies

Eric Rebillard

Everyday Christianity in Carthage at the Time of Tertullian

Volume 2 () / Issue 1, pp. 91-102 (12)

This paper explores everyday Christianity in Carthage at the time of Tertullian. The notion is coined after that of everyday nationhood or everyday ethnicity developed by Rogers Brubaker and some of his students. Highlighting the disjuncture between the thematisation of Christianness in the discourse of ecclesiastical writers and its enactment in the everyday life of Christians, this approach tries to delimit the extent to which Christians lived their religion in their everyday social experience.

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