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Do you want to know how Christianity became the largest religion in the world?
Hear about the 50 most important events in Christian history, from the Old Testament to modern times.
This book will give you a comprehensive overview of the history of Christianity. Author James Weber did the research and compiled this huge list of events that changed the course of this nation forever.
Some of them include:
- The calling of Abraham (c. 2100 BC)
- Birth of Jesus Christ in Bethlehem (c. 4 BC)
- The Council of Jerusalem (c. 48)
- Edict of Milan (313)
- Great Schism leads to separation of Eastern and Western Catholic Churches (1054)
- Pope Urban II authorizes the First Crusade (1095)
- Martin Luther posts his Ninety-Five Theses (1517)
- Publication of the King James Bible (1611)
- Beginning of the Thirty Years' War (1618)
- World Missionary Conference is held in Edinburgh (1910)
- Resignation of Pope Benedict XVI (2013)
- And many, many more
This book is the perfect resource for students and anyone wanting to broaden their knowledge in history.
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- Sara Landon
I enjoyed the broad overview
I liked that there were a few main events covered from Bible times and then the events quickly moved on to how Christianity developed throughout the ages. Great overview that includes many different denominations and how they came about. Several times there were explanations for events or processes that might not be easily understood.
Narrator style seemed a bit intense, but was easy to understand and listen to.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and I have voluntarily left this review.
Tilted toward Roman Catholic history; a bit hasty
I liked this alright, subject to its being heavily weighted to Roman Catholic history and, let's face it, the sheer impossibility of telling this vast story in such little time. I found the picks interesting, the bulk being of councils of bishops hashing out matters of doctrine, but they were (mostly) signal moments any scholar in this subject should know of.