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Who S Who In Christian History

Author: James Dixon Douglas
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842310147
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Describes the men and women who made a lasting impact on Christian faith and experience. With over 1,500 biographical entries, this book is the most comprehensive resource available. It spans the first through the twentieth centuries--from Jesus and the apostles to Billy Graham and Mother Teresa. A great reference book for pastors, Bible students and teachers, or anyone desiring a one-volume biographical dictionary of who's who in Christian history.

America S Christian History

Publisher: American Vision
ISBN: 0915815710
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"From the founding of the colonies to the declaration of the Supreme Court, America's heritage is built upon the principles of the Christian religion. And yet the secularists are dismantling this foundation brick by brick, attempting to deny the very core of our national life. Gary DeMar presents well-documented facts which will change your perspective about what it means to be a Christian in America; the truth about America's Christian past as it relates to supreme court justices, and presidents; the Christian character of colonial charters, state constitutions, and the US Constitution; the Christian foundation of colleges, the Christian character of Washington, D.C.; the origin of Thanksgiving and so much more."--Publisher's description.

The One Year Christian History

Author: E. Michael Rusten
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9780842355070
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What happened on this date in church history? From ancient Rome to the twenty-first century, from peasants to presidents, from missionaries to martyrs, this book shows how God does extraordinary things through ordinary people every day of the year. Each story appears on the day and month that it occurred and includes questions for reflection and a related Scripture verse.

Christianity In India

Author: Robert Eric Frykenberg
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0198263775
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This study explores historical understandings of Christian communities, cultures, and institutions within the Indian world from their beginnings to the present time. Frykenberg focuses on trans-cultural interactions within Hindu and Muslim environments, uncovering complexities as Christianity intermingled with indigenous cultures.

History Of Christianity

Author: Paul Johnson
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451688512
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First published in 1976, Paul Johnson’s exceptional study of Christianity has been loved and widely hailed for its intensive research, writing, and magnitude—“a tour de force, one of the most ambitious surveys of the history of Christianity ever attempted and perhaps the most radical” (New York Review of Books). In a highly readable companion to books on faith and history, the scholar and author Johnson has illuminated the Christian world and its fascinating history in a way that no other has. Johnson takes off in the year 49 with his namesake the apostle Paul. Thus beginning an ambitious quest to paint the centuries since the founding of a little-known ‘Jesus Sect’, A History of Christianity explores to a great degree the evolution of the Western world. With an unbiased and overall optimistic tone, Johnson traces the fantastic scope of the consequent sects of Christianity and the people who followed them. Information drawn from extensive and varied sources from around the world makes this history as credible as it is reliable. Invaluable understanding of the framework of modern Christianity—and its trials and tribulations throughout history—has never before been contained in such a captivating work.

Rose Book Of Bible Christian History Time Lines

Author: Rose Publishing
Publisher: Rose Publishing Inc
ISBN: 1596360844
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Six thousand years and 20 feet of time lines in one beautiful hard-bound cover! This unique resource allows you to easily store and reference two time lines in book form. These gorgeous time lines printed on heavy chart paper can also be slipped out of their binding and posted in a hallway or large room for full effect.

Was America Founded As A Christian Nation Revised Edition

Author: John Fea
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN: 1611646936
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John Fea offers a thoroughly researched, evenhanded primer on whether America was founded to be a Christian nation, as many evangelicals assert, or a secular state, as others contend. He approaches the title's question from a historical perspective, helping readers see past the emotional rhetoric of today to the recorded facts of our past. This updated edition reports on the many issues that have arisen in recent years concerning religion's place in American society—including the Supreme Court decision on same-sex marriage, contraception and the Affordable Care Act, and state-level restrictions on abortion—and demonstrates how they lead us to the question of whether the United States was or is a Christian nation. Fea relates the history of these and other developments, pointing to the underlying questions of national religious identity inherent in each. "We live in a sound-bite culture that makes it difficult to have any sustained dialogue on these historical issues," Fea writes in his preface. "It is easy for those who argue that America is a Christian nation (and those who do not) to appear on radio or television programs, quote from one of the founders or one of the nation's founding documents, and sway people to their positions. These kinds of arguments, which can often be contentious, do nothing to help us unravel a very complicated historical puzzle about the relationship between Christianity and America's founding."

A History Of Christian Missions

Author: Stephen Neill
Publisher: Penguin (Non-Classics)
ISBN: 9780140137637
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Professor Neill's excellent and authoriatative survey examines centuries of missionary activity, beginning with Christ and working through the Crusades and the colonization of Asia and Africa up to the present day.

Books And Readers In The Early Church

Author: Harry Y. Gamble
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300069181
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A discussion of the production, circulation and use of books in early Christianity. This book covers areas such as the relation between oral tradition and written materials, books' transcription, publication and dissemination, and how Christian libraries were formed and how they were used.