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From symposium to Eucharist : the banquet in the early Christian world (edition 2003)

by Dennis Edwin Smith

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Table fellowship in the ancient Mediterranean was more than food consumption. From Plato on down, banquets held an important place in creating community, sharing values, and connecting with the divine.
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Title:From symposium to Eucharist : the banquet in the early Christian world
Authors:Dennis Edwin Smith
Info:Minneapolis : Fortress Press, c2003.
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