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Tag: Church History
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History Of Evangelism In North America
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Encounter North American evangelism from the Great Awakening to the present day
A History of Evangelism in North America guides readers on a tour through circuit riders and tent meetings to campus evangelism and online ministries. Academic research combines with gospel faithfulness and love for the lost in this historical survey. Encountering these prominent evangelism movements will inspire innovation and courage in the call to spread the Good News of Jesus Christ.
Few Christians recognize the historical backgrounds of various evangelistic ministries, their theological traditions, or their guiding principles. A History of Evangelism in North America explores evangelism methodologies and legacies from the early 1700s to today. Experts deliver current scholarship on twenty-two evangelists and ministries, including the following:
*John Wesley and itinerant preachers
*The camp meeting movement
*The American Bible Society and Bible distribution evangelism
*The Navigators and personal discipleship
*Billy Graham and crusade evangelism
*The Jesus Movement
*21st-century evangelistic approaches
A History of Evangelism in North America promises to have lasting value for those who study evangelism, missions, Christian history, and the church in North America.
Reformation ABCs : The People Places And Things Of The Reformation From A T
In 2017, as Protestant Christians commemorate the five hundredth anniversary of the Reformation, many parents will be looking for resources to help teach their children about the lasting significance of this influential period. A follow-up to his popular The Church History ABCs, this engaging and informative book by historian Stephen J. Nichols offers kids ages three to six an engaging way to learn about this pivotal era in church history as they learn their ABCs. Featuring charming illustrations by Ned Bustard, this book introduces families to a host of important figures, locations, concepts, and events, including John Calvin, justification by faith alone, Heidelberg, Westminster, and more. Families will be able to see God’s hand in the Reformation, and how he used it to shape his people’s understanding of his Word.
Hitlers Cross : How The Cross Was Used To Promote The Nazi Agenda
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When Hitler was ruling Europe, where was the church of Christ?
Hitler’s reign of terror is one of history’s most stunning chapters. His hypnotic power over an entire nation is legendary, even puzzling. But more puzzling still is how he seduced the church of Christ.
How could Christians have hang swastikas next to crosses in their churches? How could they deny Jesus and obey the Fuhrer? How could they turn their backs on their Jewish neighbors?
In Hitler’s Cross, Erwin W. Lutzer gives us answers, outlining a number of lessons from this dark chapter in world history, including:
*The dangers of confusing church and state
*The role of God in human tragedy
*The parameters of Satan’s freedom
Hitler’s Cross is the story of a nation whose church forgot its call and discovered its failure way too late. It is a cautionary tale for every church and Christian to remember who the true King is.
Daring Mission Of William Tyndale
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Early in the sixteenth century, legislative decree in England controlled people’s access to Scripture and prohibited an English Bible. But theologian and linguist, William Tyndale, was determined to provide his fellow countrymen with Scripture they could read.
In The Daring Mission of William Tyndale, the latest addition to the Long Line of Godly Men series, Dr. Steven J. Lawson traces this daring mission, which was ultimately used by God to ignite the English Reformation yet would cost Tyndale his life. From one man’s labor, we’re reminded of God’s faithfulness to preserve His Word and equip His people.
Evangelical Influences : Profiles Of Key Figures And Movements Rooted In Th
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SKU (ISBN): 9781619701564 J. I. Packer Binding: Trade Paper Published: April 2014 Publisher: Hendrickson Publishers
Mighty Weakness Of John Knox
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John Knox, the great Reformer of Scotland, is often remembered as something akin to a biblical prophet born out of time-strong and brash, thundering in righteous might. In truth, he was low in stature, and of a weakly constitution, a small man who was often sickly and afflicted with doubts and fears. In The Mighty Weakness of John Knox, a new Long Line Profile from Reformation Trust Publishing, author Douglas Bond shows that Knox did indeed accomplish herculean tasks, but not because he was strong and resolute in himself. Rather, he was greatly used because he was submissive to God; therefore, God strengthened him. That strength was displayed as Knox endured persecution and exile, faced down the wrath of mighty monarchs, and prayed, preached, and wrote with no fear of man, but only a desire to manifest the glory of God and to please Him.
For those who see themselves as too weak, too small, too timid, or simply too ordinary for service in God’s kingdom, Knox’s life offers a powerful message of hope-the biblical truth that God often delights to work most powerfully through people who are most weak in themselves but most strong in Him.
John Knox And The Reformation
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In three fascinating addresses Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones and Iain Murray remind us why we ought to remember one of the most colourful figures in church history, John Knox, and his significant role in the story of the Reformation in both Scotland and England. With the 500th anniversary of his birth approaching (2014), this little book will encourage readers to not only remember Knox the man but also to consider the outcome of his life and imitate his faith (Heb. 13:7).
Story Of Christianity 2
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THE STORY OF CHRISTIANITY, VOLUME 2, is an informative, interesting, and consistently readable narrative history. Beginning with the Protestant Reformation of the sixteenth century, this second volume continues narrative history to the present. Historian Justo Gonzalez brings to life the people, dramatic events, and shaping ideas of Protestantism, Catholicism, and Orthodoxy during this period, keynoting crucial theological developments while providing fresh understanding of the social, political and economic forces that influenced the formation of the church. In particular, the author notes recurring themes of unrest, rebellion, and reformation. Gonzalez presents an illumination record of the lives, impelling ideas and achievements of such prominent figures as Martin Luther, Ulrich Zwingli, and John Calvin-movers and shapers in the emerging Protestant church. His biographical insights, in conjunction with vivid historical accounts, reveal how individual lives mirror and clarify core theological concerns and developments. The interpretive overview of The Story of Christianity includes a thorough and timely analysis of the growth and maturation of Christianity, including events in Europe, the United States, and Latin America-the latter an area too often neglected in church histories, yet increasingly vital to an understanding of Christianity’s historical development, present situation, and future options. Gonzalez’s richly textured study discusses the changes and directions of the church in the traditions of Protestantism, Roman Catholicism, and Eastern Christianity. The Story of Christianity covers such recent occurrences as the World Council of Churches, the Second Vatican Council, the movement toward Christian unity, and much more. It concludes with a thoughtful look at the major issues and debates involving Christians today. The Story of Christianity will serve as a fascinating introduction to the panoramic history of Christianity for students and teachers of church history, for pastors, and for general readers.
Story Of Christianity 1
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THE STORY OF CHRISTIANITY, VOLUME 1, is an informative, interesting, and consistently readable narrative history. It brings alive the people, dramatic events, and ideas that shaped the first fifteen centuries of the church’s life and thought–including major events outside of Europe, such as the Spanish and Portuguese conquest of the New World. Historian Justo Gonzalez shows how various social, political, and economic movements affected Christianity’s internal growth.
Gonzalez skillfully weaves in relevant details from the lives of prominent figures from the apostles to John Wycliffe, tracing out core theological issues and developments as reflected in the lives and stuggles of leading thinkers within the various traditions of the church. The history of the church, while showing all the characteristics of human history, is much more than the history of an institution or movement, Gonzalez stresses. It is a history of the deeds of the spirit in and through the men and women who have gone before in the faith. THE STORY OF CHRISTIANITY demonstrates at each point what new challenges and opportunities faced the church, and how Christians struggled with the various options open to them, thereby shaping the future direction of the church.
THE STORY OF CHRISTIANITY will serve as a fascinating introduction to the panoramic history of Christianity for students and teachers of church history, for pastors, and for general readers.
Church History ABCs
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With whimsical, full-color illustrations and engaging prose, this book teaches church history in a fun and creative way. Dramatically converted on the stormy seas, a slave-trader-turned-abolitionist penned the best-loved hymn of the Christian faith. A church father was arrested and martyred for teaching the truth about Christ’s incarnation. Captured by pirates and shipped off to Ireland, a priest baptized thousands of pagans, from paupers to princes. Now who ever said church history was boring? The Church History ABCs is a fun way for kids to learn about great figures in Christian history. Twenty-six heroes of the faith march through the alphabet, boldly telling their stories in language children can understand. This wide range of characters-men and women from across the centuries, from all over the globe-reflects the breadth of church history and reminds children that these great figures of the past were living, breathing people who lived and died for the glory of God.
City Of God
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A monument of Western prose, this was penned as a reply to the charge that Christian other-worldliness was causing the decline of the Roman empire. It is widely regarded as the first serious philosophy of history and has immensely influenced the way Christians individually and collectively relate to the temporal order.