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Francis of Assisi and His World (Lion Histories)

by Mark Galli

Series: Lion Histories (7)

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Francis of Assisi is one of the world's most popular and charismatic religious figures in the history of christendom, and also one of the most misrepresented. Such is the assertion of Mark Galli, who here attempts to strip away the modern gloss in order to discover the real man and the world in which he lived.… (more)
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Perhaps more than anyone before or since, he tried to imitate Jesus Christ.
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Francis of Assisi is one of the world's most popular and charismatic religious figures in the history of christendom, and also one of the most misrepresented. Such is the assertion of Mark Galli, who here attempts to strip away the modern gloss in order to discover the real man and the world in which he lived.

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