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The Baker history of the church

Author: John D Woodbridge; David F Wright; Tim Dowley; Ivor J Davidson; Rudolph W Heinze
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Books, ©2004-<©2006>
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Baker history of the church.
Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Books, c2004-<c2006>
(OCoLC)768125853
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: John D Woodbridge; David F Wright; Tim Dowley; Ivor J Davidson; Rudolph W Heinze
ISBN: 0801012708 9780801012709 0801012759 9780801012754 0801012775 9780801012778 0801012783 9780801012785
OCLC Number: 55518070
Description: v. <1-2, 4-5> : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: v. 1. The birth of the church, from Jesus to Constantine, A.D. 30-312 --
v. 2. Public faith : from Constantine to the medieval world, A.D. 312-600 / Ivor J. Davidson --
v. 4. Reform and conflict : from the medieval world to the wars of religion, A.D. 1350-1648 / Rudolph W. Heinze --
v. 5. The Age of Reason, from the wars of religion to the French Revolution, 1570-1789 / Meic Pearse. v. 1. The birth of the church, from Jesus to Constantine, A.D. 30-312 / Ivor J. Davidson --
The world of Jesus' first followers --
Spreading the news --
Paul : missionary, teacher, martyr --
Being Christian --
Israel old and new --
A Catholic Church? --
External pressures : suffering for and defending the faith --
Christian thought in the west --
Alexandrian Christianity and its legacy --
Worship and practice --
Ministry and morals --
Faith and politics --
Looking forward, looking back --
Timeline of early Christianity. v. 2. A public faith, from Constantine to the Medieval world, A.D. 312-600 / Ivor J. Davidson --
The dawn of a new age --
Constantine and the churches --
The politics of Arianism --
The churches in the Greek East --
Consolidation in the West --
Christians as ascetics --
Augustine of Hippo --
Further reflection on Christ --
Arguing over Chalcedon : division and expansion --
Christian worship --
Organization, ministry, and symbolism --
Christians and barbarians : the churches in a changing world --
A New West : Gaul, Italy, Spain --
Britain and Ireland : the first phase --
From Celtic monasticism to the evangelizing of the English. v. 4. Reform and conflict: from the medieval world to the wars of religion, A.D. 1350-1648 / Rudolph W. Heinze --
Church and society in the late Middle Ages --
Reform and conflict in the late medieval church --
Martin Luther and the origin of the Lutheran Reformation --
The consolidation and spread of the Lutheran Reformation --
The urban Reformation : Zurich, Basel, and Strasbourg --
The radical Reformation --
Calvin and Calvinism --
Origins of the English Reformation --
The Scottish Reformation and the Elizabethan settlement --
The Catholic Reformation --
Women and the Reformation --
Non-Western churches and missionary enterprises --
Theological conflict, confessions, and confessionalization --
A century of military conflict --
The impact of the Reformation. v. 5. The Age of Reason, from the wars of religion to the French Revolution, 1570-1789 / Meic Pearse --
Christendom unraveling : the scene in 1570 and a glance backwards --
Contested territory : the areas of conflict between Protestantism and Catholicism (1570-1609) --
Life on the frontiers (1570-ca. 1610) --
The conflict within churches : Protestants --
The conflict within churches : Catholics and the Orthodox --
Meltdown : the cataclysm of 1618-1648 --
Fractions of fractions : the progress of sectarianism --
The rise of Pietism --
The cross, the crescent, and the star : Christians and Jews under Ottoman rule in the Balkans --
Misruling one another --
Latin America --
North America : toleration and nontoleration --
North America : coming to terms with pluralism --
The great awakening --
Reason and power : rationalist thought and the divine right of kings --
The arts.
Responsibility: John D. Woodbridge and David F. Wright, consulting editors ; Tim Dowley, series editor.
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