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|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Publication Date: 2010
Availability: In Stock
This Day in Christian History has two random facts about church history on a single page for every day of the year. These tidbits of trivia are intentionally diverse. Some of the snippets are from ancient history and some of them are from fairly recent history. Denominationally assorted, I can read through this book and discover that on my wife's birthday the Catholic Church endorsed the rhythm method as the only acceptable form of birth control, and then come to understand that Soren Kierkegaard was born on 2011s National Day of Prayer.
The book is affordable. Printed as a "mass-market paperback," it costs under $6. This Day in Christian History is also an entertaining book. It would make an excellent gift for someone who loves little factoids and trivia. It might even spur someone to learn more about a certain person or a certain period in Christian history. It is not a must read, but This Day in Christian History is fun to have hanging around the house. Clint Walker, www.ChristianBookPreviews.com