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Scandal of the cross and its triumph

Author: Bob Lord; Penny Lord
Publisher: Westlake Village, Calif. : Journeys of Faith, ©1992.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English

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Genre/Form: History
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bob Lord; Penny Lord
ISBN: 0926143158 9780926143159
OCLC Number: 32111870
Description: 318 pages : illustrations, facsimiles ; 22 cm
Contents: In times of crisis, God sends us special grace --
How did we get here, why did it happen? --
While Jesus walked the earth --
Attacks from within --
The Church in the first century: Judaizers. Ebionites. Simonians. Cerinthians --
Heresies of the second century: Basilidians. Carpocratians. Gnostics. Valentinians. Marcionites. Cerdonians. Docetists. Montanists. Encratites. Monarchians --
Third century: Defenders attack the Church. Tertullianists. Origenists. Novatianists. Manichaeanists --
The fourth century gives birth to Arianism. The fifth century: Man can be God: Pelagianism. Nestorianism --
The Moslem conspiracy, 7th century to today --
Iconoclasm: Craven images, an 8th century heresy --
The Greek schism, East splits from West --
Berengarianism, attack on the Holy Eucharist --
Albigensianism. Paganism and Christianity --
Waldensians, Satan's tool of 12th century --
Renaissance, 14th century New Age? --
Modernism, a twentieth century heresy --
New Age, through a shattered mirror.
Responsibility: Bob and Penny Lord.


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