From the 1960s to the 1990s, Christians dove into fascinating timelines of the past with the Church in History series—a popular presentation of the nearly two thousand years of people and events that have formed our definition of “Church.” In 2011, Church history explorers were given the content of the six volumes in one book, which featured fresh content that brought readers into the twenty-first century.
This newly abridged version, Church History: The Basics, offers a smaller volume that’s widely accessible. Perfect for Sunday-morning Bible studies, this valuable compilation is ideal for Christians who are looking to lead general Church history courses.
Uncover themes, persons, and events in historical and chronological order. All content is arranged by the different eras that historians commonly use as well as by geography. Within these pages, discover headlines in the story of Christianity, from the big picture to the delicious details. Far beyond the common denominational and parochial approach for Church history studies, this book presents a truly global perspective.