An accessible, down-to-earth introduction to the central aspects of Christian history, this Pocket Guide includes the stories of its key events and characters, bringing a wide range of chronological, geographical and doctrinal history vividly to life. From the early church to the twenty-first century, this concise and fascinating book is a lively survey of the world's most widespread religion. Covering topics as diverse as the Apostles and Constantine, the Celtic Church and the division between East and West, the Reformation and the Enlightenment to the modern age, this is an indispensable resource for understanding a truly global phenomenon: Christianity.A fragment of John was found in the sands of Egypt which is dated between AD 110 and 130; allowing time for this to be copied and circulated and to gain authority, it must have been written no later than the end of the first century. Scholarsanbsp;...
|Title||:||A Pocket Guide to Christian History|
|Publisher||:||Lion Books - 2013-03-07|