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Church History Made Easy

Rose Publishing

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This fantastic book summarizes the most important events in Christian history from the time of Jesus to today in 12 easy chapters. This full color, bestselling book presents key events and people every Christian should know, time lines, worksheets, websites, photos, maps and illustrations. A leader's guide makes this book an excellent study for any group, including new believers' classes. The great theologian J. I. Packer says that Christian History Made Easy is, "...a beautifully simple, beginner-friendly telling of Christian history, a precious heritage."Paperback, 160 pages includes leaders guide. Book measures 7.5" x 9". What do you know about Christian history? Here's your chance to test yourself, or to launch a 13 week study on the book Christian History Made Easy. The book contains a Leader's Guide with notes that add to the chapters. Author Timothy Paul Jones, Ed.D., makes Christian history refreshingly fun while at the same time informing believers about the history of the Christian faith. Each chapter contains a summary of: Key events Key concepts Names you should know Terms you should know Think about it Did you know? Bible maps and time-lines Things to think about Clarification on words At the end of each chapter the book presents a Learning Activity that drives home important topics that have been covered Christian History Made Easy covers key terms, events, and developments including: Christian history Church history Canon of Scripture Gospels Dead Sea Scrolls Easter Spanish Inquisition King James Version Nicene Creed Reformation Renaissance The book covers key people in Christian history, such as: William Tyndale Augustine C.S. Lewis Calvin Finney Luther John Bunyan These key religions and movements are covered, among others: Catholicism Christian Science Gnosticism Islam (Muslims) Jehovah's Witness Pentecostal Presbyterian Protestant Puritan Roman Catholicism Seventh-Day Adventists