Church History: A Crash Course for the Curious

Church History: A Crash Course for the Curious

by Christopher Catherwood
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Church History: A Crash Course for the Curious by Christopher Catherwood

In this concise, accessible guide, author Christopher Catherwood takes his readers through the history of the faith, educating them about the uniqueness of Christianity from its birth to the diverse, global Evangelical Church we know today. Church History is the perfect place to start for anyone who wants to know where to begin this quest for knowledge.

Enjoy discovering more about the lives of men and women from various times and places, not only to better understand the church, but also to know how to live wisely in this age. These are some of the many reasons why history is so important.

From those who desire to learn more about their fellow followers of Jesus Christ throughout history to those who want to learn more about church for themselves, this book will test you to dig deeper in your faith.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781433519352
Publisher: Crossway
Publication date: 03/06/2007
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Christopher Catherwood (PhD, University of East Anglia) is a fellow of the Royal Historical Society and member of both Churchill and St. Edmund's Colleges at Cambridge University. He was a fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust in 2010 and medalist in 2014. Christopher lives in a village near Cambridge with his wife, Paulette.

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Church History: A Crash Course for the Curious 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Understandably, as a Protestant, the author writes from a Protestant point-of-view. However, he seems to have very little understanding of Orthodox Christianity (Eastern and Oriental).