History of the World Christian Movement: Volume I: Earliest Christianity to 1453by Dale T Irvin, Scott W. Sunquist
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This first comprehensive account of Christianity as a world religion is a landmark, offering the work of five years of a team of 43 international scholars and consultants. For the first time, the peoples of Asia, Africa, and the Near East take their rightful place in the account of the unfolding of the Christian story from its beginnings to the 15th century.
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I've had the opportunity to use this as a textbook with three classes, two undergraduate and one graduate (seminary). The students encounter an entirely new perspective on church history through Volume I and Volume II. I look forward to using Volume III soon. From the first chapter, students learn that the early Christians were not only living in the context of the Greco-Roman civilization, but with the Persian Empire, India and China.
I bought this in advance for a course I will be taking at the graduate level