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Theodore of Tarsus: A Byzantine Saint in Anglo Saxon England ~ With Dr Early

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Episode 81: Theodore of Tarsus

Description: Today I am very happy to be joined by Professor James Early for another week to discuss how Christianity was reintroduced to the British Isles. In this second part of our conversation, James shows us how Anglo Saxon Christianity was affected by a very unique individual named Theodore of Tarsus, Arch Bishop of Caterbury. Why and how could a person of Tarsus in the south east of modern day Turkey make it from there to Rome to England in the middle of the 600s. This was the dark ages! Well James will walk us through Theodore’s incredible story!

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