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Written from a Lutheran perspective, Timothy Maschke's Called to Be Holy in the World presents an overview of the history of Christianity from Pentecost to the present. This book introduces the reader to key Christian figures and movements as it encompasses a broad view of God's work in the world. The story after all is God's story. As His story it is centered in Christ's cross, but extends around the globe as Christians lived and continue to live out their particular vocations as holy people in the world.
As a resource for students of all ages, Called to Be Holy in the World surveys how Christianity confronted the world and how Christians tried to balance the challenges of living wholly and holy in the world. Historical information on various controversies provides background information for the volume on Christian doctrine in this series, Called by the Gospel. Organized in a unique style, each of the twenty-one chapters deals with one century of Christian history. Discussion questions and reading guides along with informative side bars provide additional educational resource and reference material for further study.
Number of Pages: 370
Vendor: Wipf & Stock
Publication Date: 2016
|Dimensions: 9.00 X 6.00 X 0.74 (inches)|
Series: Called by the Gospel
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