By Everett Ferguson
Church History deals a distinct contextual view of the way the Christian church unfold and built. It did so, now not in a vacuum, yet in a atmosphere of occasions, cultures, and occasions that either encouraged and have been encouraged by means of the church. Church History appears to be like heavily on the vital hyperlink among the heritage of the area and that of the church.
Volume One explores the advance of the church from the times of Jesus to the years ahead of the Reformation. jam-packed with maps, charts, and illustrations, it bargains overviews of the Roman, Greek, and Jewish worlds; insights into the church’s dating to the Roman Empire, with glimpses into pagan attitudes towards Christians; where of artwork and structure, literature and philosophy, either sacred and secular; and masses extra, spanning the time from the 1st throughout the 13th centuries.
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