Christian History Made Easy Book: 13 Weeks to a Better Understanding of Church History / Edition 1

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Overview

Key events and people every Christian should know

From the time of Jesus to today

How the Bible came to us

Timelines, worksheets, websites

Photos, maps and illustrations

13 Lessons with Leader's Guide

For churches, schools, small groups, homeschoolers and individuals

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781890947101
  • Publisher: Rose Publishing, Inc.
  • Publication date: 1/28/2005
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 172
  • Product dimensions: 7.40 (w) x 9.20 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction—Why Does Church History Matter?

Chapter 1
  • The Gospels, the Apostles, Then...What? (AD 64-177)
  • Includes Emperor Nero, Paul and Peter martyred, the destruction of the Temple, the martyrdom of Polycarp and Justin Martyr
Chapter 2
  • Balancing the Past With the Present (AD 90-250)
  • Contains information on Gnosticism, Marcion, Origen and Montanism
Chapter 3
  • The Church Wins... and Loses (AD 247-420)
  • Introduces Emperors Diocletian and Constantine, Arlus, Athanasius of Alexandria, and Paula
Chapter 4
  • Servant-Leaders or Leaders of Servants? (AD 376-664)
  • Takes a look at Ambrose of Milan, John Chrysostom, Augustine of Hippo, Cyril of Alexandria, Leo the Great and Patrick
Chapter 5
  • From Multiplication to Division (AD 496-1291)
  • Includes information on Muhammad, Charlemagne, Photius of Constantinople, The Crusades and Pope Leo IX (Bruno)
Chapter 6
  • God Never Stops Working (AD 673-1295)
  • Shows us Cluny monasteries, John Damascus, Cyril of Moravia, Hildegard of Bingen, Francis of Assisi, Anselm of Canterbury, Thomas Aquinas, and Thomas Becket.
Chapter 7
  • Everything Falls Apart (1294-1517)
  • Gives us a look at the Bubonic Plague, introduces John Wycliffe, Thomas A'Kempis, Joan of Arc, and the Gutenberg Bible
Chapter 8
  • Wild Pigs in a Dirty Vineyard (1500-1609)
  • Introduces us to Martin Luther, John Calvin, the Anabaptists, King Henry VIII, and Ignatius Loyola
Chapter 9
  • Change Doesn't Always Do You Good (1510-1767)
  • We meet ChristopherColumbus, Jacob Arminius, Galilei Galileo, King James I, John Bunyan
Chapter 10
  • Talkin' Bout Some Revolutions (1620-1814)
  • Looks at Anne Hutchinson, Salem Witch Trials, Jonathan Edwards, George Whitefield and the American War for Independence.
Chapter 11
  • Optimism Has Its Limits (1780-1914)
  • We meet William Carey, Hudson Taylor, Barton W. Stone, Charles G. Finney, Charles H. Spurgeon, and Dwight L. Moody
Chapter 12
  • From Modern to Post-Modern... and Beyond (1906-1999)
  • Shows us Karl Barth, C.S. Lewis, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the Second Vatican Council, Mother Teresa, and Billy Graham.
Final Reflections Leader’s Guides Index About the Author
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