Written by internationally regarded theologian, Carter Lindberg, who is the author of numerous titles on theology and Church history. This brief history tells the story of Christianity from its origins to the present day.
Author: Carter Lindberg
Globally framed, the book highlights the local contributions of people from a wide array of traditions. This updated edition provides perspective on spirituality in the digital age and in a globalized world.
Author: Bradley P. Holt
Publisher: Fortress Press
Peterson's lively prose helps students identify the most significant events and movements in the history of Christianity and, in this edition, pays particular attention to rich diversity that is a hallmark of contemporary Christianity ...
Author: R. Dean Peterson
In this new volume he lays out the answers to three questions crucial to understanding the Christian tradition: First, what are the core Christian doctrines? What ideas and convictions form the heart of Christian identity?
Author: Justo L. González
Alongside the institutional development for the churches and the work of the clergy, it examines the religious outlook and practices of the laity, and how these have varied with gender, ethnic affiliation, and class; relations between ...
Author: Gilles Chausse
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
The book includes a timeline of women in Christian history, over 25 black-and-white illustrations, a glossary, and a list of primary and secondary sources to complement the content in each chapter.
Author: Elizabeth Gillan Muir
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
It was in the scholarly courts of Charlemagne that the practice began of dating
history from the incarnation—or the ... In 831 the Benedictine monk Paschasius
Radbertus published what was perhaps the 98 A Short World History of
Author: Robert Bruce Mullin
Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press
After a concise description of the social, political, and religious world of first-century Palestine, the text quickly examines the Jesus of history and tradition, including Jesus’ impact upon his first-century followers; the narrative ...
Author: Michael D. Robinson
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Paul Barnett not only places the New Testament within the world of caesars and Herods, proconsuls and Pharisees, Sadducee and revolutionaries, but argues that the mainspring and driving force of early Christian history is the historical ...
Author: Paul Barnett
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
World History is part of the Christianity and the Liberal Arts series, which recognizes that many Christians are eager to deepen their understanding of the liberal arts, yet have limited time to do so.
Author: Caitlin Corning
Publisher: Fortress Press
Drawing on examples from literature, art, and popular culture, as well as theology, this engaging book reveals the importance of the question, "whose was he?" in fully understanding the life and legacy of Jesus.
Author: W. Barnes Tatum
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons