“As Christians, we are practicing a faith born in an ancient Middle Eastern context, first preached in a language (Aramaic) we do not speak, originally recorded in yet a different language (Koine Greek), developed among a multicultural minority in a now-extinct empire, passed through multiple European, African, and Asian cultures over thousands of years, and finally interpreted among the technological complexity of the twenty-first century. In other words, being a christian is a cross-cultural experience.”

– p. 19, Howell and Paris, Introducing Cultural Anthropology

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