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Illustrated History of Christianity

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Published by Continuum International Publishing Group .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity,
  • History of specific subjects,
  • Reference works,
  • History: World,
  • Religion,
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Subjects & Themes - Religious,
  • Christianity - General,
  • Atlases - General

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages456
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8167878M
    ISBN 100826415288
    ISBN 109780826415288

    The last four chapters assess the current state of Christianity and its direction as it faces the challenges of the 21st century. Throughout, the book reflects the changing world in which Christians have found themselves, and the many ways in which, individually and through the institutions of the church, they in turn have influenced history. Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc. Aug 04, Jacob Aitken added it Professor Hart is an Eastern Orthodox Christian, but as in many of his works, he gives considerable and fair attention to the West.

    Show More Editorial Reviews Nineteen scholars explore the faith and its impact on world civilization from Illustrated History of Christianity book earliest origins to the present day, with the accompaniment of some illustrations including 32 full-page color platesten maps, a chronology of events, and an annotated guide to further reading. Christian history had been going for six centuries or so; there were little fragments of history in some big books. The first section runs chronologically from the earliest Christian communities to Beyond academia and our sparsely populated church pews, scripture has lost its purchase on the collective imagination although, as Barton points out, its maxims and observations remain part of our everyday language. The impact of Christianity on world civilization is almost incalculable, and in exploring this rich heritage, nineteen leading scholars range from the earliest origins to the present day to examine virtually every aspect of the faith.

    Barton dates the texts it contains as almost certainly written from the eighth century BCE onwards — well after the times of Moses, Solomon and David and far from being a contemporaneous source of information on the exile of the Israelites in Egypt and their triumphant return to the promised land. He was careful about getting documents, and there are all sorts of little ways in which he feels a bit like a modern historian. More of a discussion by rather dull English chaps. I skipped some chapters on South America and Africa, but the chapters written on the Eastern Church and the shaping and shifting of the Church in America were great.


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Illustrated History of Christianity by Franklin H. Littell Download PDF Ebook

They discuss the apostle Peter and Roman Emperor Constantine, describe the role of Charlemagne in the expansion of the religion, and assess medieval scholasticism and the influence of Thomas Aquinas. The profound changes that occurred during both Illustrated History of Christianity book Reformation and the Enlightenment are fully treated in chapters that offer revealing portraits of such key figures as Erasmus, Luther, Calvin, Wesley, and Rousseau.

The English were very, very proud of that fact. Fully one third of the book covers Christianity since with special studies of the faith as practiced in Britain and Europe, North and South America, Illustrated History of Christianity book, India, and the Far East--offering a compelling continuous narrative filled with insight into the enormously diverse Christian world.

For most of us these days, the New Testament has joined the Old in becoming something of a closed book. The final section, Christianity Today and Tomorrow, considers questions of Christian conscience and belief and explores new images of the Christian community, ending with a glimpse of the future of Christianity.

His book is a celebration of the English becoming Christian, and, in the centuries after him, these people, the Angli, will think of themselves as a single nation, England. Over beautiful illustrations--including 32 full color plates--grace the text, ranging from mosaics, paintings and sculptures, to architecture and modern art.

Barton dates the texts it contains as almost certainly written from the eighth century BCE onwards — well after the times of Moses, Solomon and David and far from being a contemporaneous source of information on the exile of the Israelites in Egypt and their triumphant return to the promised land.

He makes a big point about this and sort of sneers at them. In the final chapters, the authors consider questions of contemporary Christian theology, conscience and belief, and explore new concepts of Christian community.

McNally, St. My only wish is that the history could be more This book is indeed lovely to look at and to hold, but much of the writing is dry and just about all my interest is presumed, not stimulated, by the authors.

The Oxford Illustrated History of Christianity John McManners 1 Rezension Spanning two thousand years of stirring religious, cultural and political events, this lavishly illustrated volume provides the most authoritative and accessible history of Christianity ever published for the general reader.

Well-written text by outstanding scholars.

ISBN 13: 9780192854391

From Publishers Weekly: Extending from the earliest Christian communities, marked by a strong sense of being "called out" from Illustrated History of Christianity book surrounding society, to the 20th century, a Illustrated History of Christianity book to an age of persecution of Christianity," this superb, authoritative chronicle recreates the sense of the sacred as it was experienced by Christians in particular times and settings.

Led by McManners, professor of ecclesiastical history at Oxford, a team of 19 historians explores the decisive role of Christianity in shaping the Germanic West, the intricate tapestry of Eastern Christendom, the historic failure of Christians to accommodate Jews and Muslims in their midst.

So you get a sense that for him being in a relationship with Rome is what it is to be true, and yet also curiously what it is to be local, to be where he is in the north of England. Hart debunks many mythical narratives told by the Enlightenment: Galileo actually had church protection and routinely failed to mathematically prove his conclusions.

My only wish is that the history could be Illustrated History of Christianity book comprehensive. There are also ten maps, a chronology of important events, and an annotated guide to further reading. Like other Oriental churches, the Armenian church had problems with Chalcedonian formulations one wonders how much of this was substance and how much was language?

There are also ten maps, a chronology of important events, and an annotated guide to further reading. The ecumenical dimension is greatly appreciated.Celebrated scholar Franklin H. Littell presents an innovative solution to the visual representation of faith in the modern age with Carta’s Illustrated History of Christianity.

This book of Christian history is an essential reference work based on the latest scholarship and features over maps and illustrations. Carta’s Illustrated History of Christianity is for anyone interested in learning about the history of Brand: Carta Jerusalem. Sep 09,  · The Oxford illustrated history of Christianity by McManners, John.

Publication date Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English. Includes bibliographical references (p. []) and index A general history of Christianity to in chronological order Internet Archive tjarrodbonta.com: Spanning two thousand years of stirring religious, cultural and political events, this lavishly illustrated volume--the latest addition to the acclaimed Oxford Illustrated History series--provides the most authoritative and accessible history of Christianity ever published for the general reader.Jun 30,  · Franklin H.

Littell pdf Emeritus Professor of Religion at Temple University and a longtime adjunct pdf at Hebrew University. He was chief Protestant adviser to the U.S. High Commissioner in postwar Germany. He is the author of numerous books, including The Crucifixion of the Jews, The German Phoenix, Cited by: 1.This richly illustrated book tells the story of Christianity from its origins to the present day.

Written by a team of scholars, all authorities in their fields, it spans years of colourful incident to give an uniquely authoritative history of Christianity for the general reader/5(12).This richly illustrated book ebook the story of Christianity from its origins to the present day.

Written by a team of scholars, all authorities in their fields, it spans years of colourful incident to give an uniquely authoritative history of Christianity for the general reader/5(12).