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A Glorious Institution: The Church In History (Parts One and Two)

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Another quality eBook from Chapel Library. This is the first volume of a four part series en-compassing the breadth of Church history from its beginnings to the present day. Part One: Focuses on the early growth of the Church, developing from a small assembly of believers in Jerusalem to become a vast spiritual kingdom touching the lives of millions in many lands. Under the influence of Church Fathers and councils, carefully worded creeds guided the core doctrines of Christianity. The saints were persecuted at the hands of Jews and then Gentiles, but the Church miraculously survived to fulfill the Great Commission for its day. Part Two: The Church in the Middle Ages AD 754-1517 traces the days of Charlemagne to the dawn of the Reformation. Popes and Emperors maneuvered for church power, bringing division, control by civil governments, and great wealth. Pagan culture mixed with Christian truth, resulting in new persecution from within and urgent cry for reform.
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ISBN
9781312034327
Published
September 19, 2014
Language
English
File Format
ePub
File Size
3.16 MB
Product ID
21813995

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