A History of Christianity: An Introductory Survey - eBook
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Vendor: B&H Academic
Publication Date: 2015
Joseph Early Jr. (Ph.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary) is Associate Professor of Religion in the School of Theology at Campbellsville University. He is the author of Readings in Baptist History (B&H Academic, 2008) and The Life and Writings of Thomas Helwys (Mercer University Press, 2009).
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Scott5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent Introduction to Christian HistoryJanuary 21, 2017ScottQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5If you have an interest in Christian History I highly recommend this book as a starting introduction to the history of the faith. It is an excellent initial survey of the history of the Church in its initial foundations to the turns and different turns that involve our faith written from a Christian from a Protestant background but non judgemental towards the other denominations. It isnt a very in depth look as other great Christian histories written but as a book that can lay a solid foundation into further studies if you are looking to go deeper. If you are a first time reader of Christian history I highly recommend this be your first read! Excellent book
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