Charts of Reformation and Enlightenment Church History (Zondervancharts Series)

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Major Schisms in the First Sixteen Centuries ? Development of Church Government ? Orthodoxy and Unitarianism Compared ? Education in Puritan England ? Christianity and the American Revolution ? Origins of Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists, and Lutherans
These are just a sample of the charts in this book, designed to provide a visual survey of a key part of our Christian heritage. Charts of Reformation and Enlightenment Church History covers the major events, movements, and ...
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Overview

Major Schisms in the First Sixteen Centuries · Development of Church Government · Orthodoxy and Unitarianism Compared · Education in Puritan England · Christianity and the American Revolution · Origins of Presbyterians, Baptists, Methodists, and Lutherans
These are just a sample of the charts in this book, designed to provide a visual survey of a key part of our Christian heritage. Charts of Reformation and Enlightenment Church History covers the major events, movements, and people from the sixteenth century to the beginning of the nineteenth century. It includes charts of ideas and trends as well as pertinent diagrams.
The book is divided into three primary sections:
· Early Modern Europe and the Reformation (1500 to 1650)
· The Rise of Religious Rationalism and the Enlightenment (1650 to 1750)
· The Period of British Settlement in North America: The Colonial Period of American Religious History (1600 to 1800)
Within these sections, ninety charts are arranged under seventeen headings:
1. The Background of the Reformation
2. The Lutheran Reformation
3. The Calvinist Reformation
4. The Anabaptist Reformation
5. The English Reformation
6. The Roman Catholic Reformation
7. The Rise of Religious Rationalism
8. The Enlightenment
9. The Reaction against Creedalism and Rationalism: Pietism
10. Backgrounds of American Religious History
11. Congregationalists
12. Baptists
13. Presbyterians
14. Methodists
15. Other Groups
16. The Great Awakening
17. Religion and the American Revolution
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780310233176
  • Publisher: Zondervan
  • Publication date: 11/7/2003
  • Series: ZondervanChartsSeries Series
  • Edition description: 1st Edition, Book & CD-ROM
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 128
  • Product dimensions: 8.56 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 0.38 (d)

Meet the Author

Dr. John D. Hannah (ThD, PhD) is distinguished professor of historical theology at Dallas Theological Seminary and research professor of theological studies. He has received numerous awards and has written several books, including The Glory of God Alone, The Kregel Pictorial Guide to Church History, and Our Legacy: A History of Christian Doctrine.
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Table of Contents

Preface
Early Modern Europe and the Reformation (1500 to 1650)
The Background of the Reformation
1. Major Schisms in the First Sixteen Centuries
2. Views on Church Governance in the Protestant Reformation
3. The Three Fundamentals of Protestant Reformation Teaching
4. The Five "Solas" of the Protestant Reformation
5. Roman Catholic and Protestant Emphases in the Reformation
6. Traditions within the Protestant Reformation
7. Two Protestant Approaches to Reformation
8. The Development of Church Government
9. The Relationship between Church and State
The Lutheran Reformation
10. The Development of Lutheranism
11. The Luther Rose: The Gospel in Symbol
12. Stages in the Development of Luther's Concept of Justification
The Calvinist Reformation
The Reformation in Switzerland
13. The History of the Swiss Reformations
14. Theological Differences between the Lutheran and Calvinist Reformations
15. The Great Eucharistic Divide
The Spread of Calvinism in Europe
16. The Reformation in Holland
17. The Formation of Theology in the Reformation Era
18. Divine Sovereignty and Human Responsibility
19. The Atonement in Calvinism and Arminianism
20. Calvinism and Arminianism: A Comparison
21. The Five Points of Calvinism
22. The Progression of the Reformation in France
23. The Reformation in Scotland
24. The History of the Church of Scotland (Covenanters)
The Anabaptist Reformation
25. Varieties within the Anabaptist Tradition (The Radical Reformation)
26. Four Views on Baptist Beginnings
27. History of the English Baptists
The English Reformation
28. The Protestant Reformations on the Continent and in England
29. The Reformation and the English Monarchs
30. Religious Shifts in the English Reformation
31. The Rise of Puritanism in Elizabethan England
32. The Emergence of the Stuart Dynasty of Scotland to the English Monarchy
33. The Rise of English Presbyterianism
34. Nonconformity in England
35. The English Bible in the Sixteenth Century
The Roman Catholic Reformation ("Counter Reformation")
36. The History of the Roman Catholic Church: The Council of Trent
37. The Differences between Roman Catholicism and Protestantism
38. Justification and the Council of Trent
The Rise of Religious Rationalism and the Enlightenment (1650 to 1750)
39. Orthodoxy and Unitarianism Compared
40. Orthodoxy and Deism Compared
The Enlightenment (1650 to 1750)
41. Approaches to Authority and the Enlightenment
42. From Revelation to Reason
43. The Enlightenment and Knowledge
44. The Roots of Modernity and Postmodernity
The Reaction against Creedalism and Rationalism: Pietism
45. The Spread of Evangelical Pietism
46. The Origins of German Lutheran Pietism
47. The Life of John Wesley
The Period of the British Settlement in North America: The Colonial Period of American Religious History (1600 to 1800)
Backgrounds of American Religious History
48. Winthrop Hudson's Interpretation of American Religious History
49. H. Richard Niebuhr's Interpretation of American Religious History
50. Sidney Ahlstrom's Interpretation of American Religious History
51. Bruce Shelley's Interpretation of American Religious History
52. John Hannah's Interpretation of American Religious History
53. Sources of the American Religious Experience
54. Old World Denominational Origins in British America
Congregationalists
55. Congregationalism in America
56. Denominationalism in New England
57. John Cotton and the Puritan Errand in History
58. The Antinomian Controversy
59. "The Mania of 1692": The Salem Witch Trials
60. The Puritans: The Interconnectedness of Church and State
61. The Puritan Dream
62. Education in Puritan New England
63. Sources of American Puritan Theology
64. Indian Missions and the American Puritan
65. Indian Missions: The Mayhew Family and Martha's Vineyard
Baptists
66. Origins of Baptists in America
67. The Religious Affiliations of Roger Williams
68. The Millennialism of Roger Williams
69. Turning Points in the History of Baptists in America
Presbyterians
70. The Origins of Presbyterianism in North America
71. The Ecclesiastical Structure of Presbyterianism
Methodists
72. The Birth of American Methodism
73. Francis Asbury's Circuit
74. The Ecclesiastical Structure of Methodism
Quakers
75. The Ecclesiastical Structure of the Quakers
Lutherans
76. The Origins of Lutheranism in America
The Great Awakening
77. The History of Awakenings in America
78. The History of Mass Evangelism in America
79. The First Great Awakening
80. The First Great Awakening and the Presbyterian Church
81. Jonathan Edwards' View of the Soul
82. Chauncy vs. Edwards: The Nature of Salvation
83. The First Great Awakening and New England Congregationalism
Religion and the American Revolution
84. The Revolutions in America and France Compared
85. The Enlightenment, Religion, and the Birth of the Nation
86. Christianity and the Enlightenment: Agreement on Goals for Different Reasons
87. Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin
88. Unitarianism and Deism Compared
89. Christianity and the American Revolution
90. Christianity, the Federal Government, and State Government
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