Algunas consideraciones en torno a los orígenes cristianos en España

  • José Orlandis

Resumen

It is advisable that the modern history manuals don't omit the mention of the Jacobean traditions when they try to explain the unclear question of the christian origins in Hispania. A hypothetical apostolic trip from the Near East to the Iberian Peninsula was not imposible in the political-economical context of the fírst century. A missionary adventure analogical to that atributed traditionally to Saint James the Apóstol was carried out in the sixth century and in historical conditions less favorable by Saint Martin de Braga. Besides, the Christianization of Galicia seems to be an ancient phenomenon with unique characteristics reflected in the PAROCHIALE SUEVUM.

Publicado
24-05-1990
Cómo citar
Orlandis, J. (1990). Algunas consideraciones en torno a los orígenes cristianos en España. Antigüedad Y Cristianismo, (7), 63-71. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.um.es/ayc/article/view/61261