Early North African Christianity: Turning Points in the Development of the Church - eBook
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Title: Early North African Christianity: Turning Points in the Development of the Church - eBook
By: David L. Eastman
Format: DRM Protected ePub
Vendor: Baker Academic
Publication Date: 2021
ISBN: 9781493431328
ISBN-13: 9781493431328
Stock No: WW114116EB

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An internationally recognized scholar highlights the important role the North African church played in the development of Christian thought. This accessible introduction brings Africa back to the center of the study of Christian history by focusing on key figures and events that influenced the history and trajectory of Christianity as a whole. Written and designed for the classroom, the book zeroes in on five turning points to show how North African believers significantly shaped Christian theology, identity, and practice in ways that directly impact the church today.

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David L. Eastman (PhD, Yale University) is an internationally recognized scholar of the New Testament and early Christianity. He is the Joseph Glenn Sherrill Chair of Bible at the McCallie School, an adjunct fellow at the University of Regensburg (Germany), and a fellow with the Center for Early African Christianity.

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