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13 Weeks to A Better Understanding of Church History-Made Easy This fantastic book summarizes the most important events in Christian history-from the time of Jesus to today-in 12 easy chapters. Dozens of photos, quotes and websites to make learning more fun. Includes leaders guide. 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 Christopher Colombus, 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.
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