How to Read Church History Volume 1: From the Beginnings to the Fifteenth Century
Specifically geared to the adult learner; adaptable to individual, parish, and other group needs; and richly illustrated with photos and charts, this two volume set helps teachers and students connect the content of each text with their own life experiences and the community in which they live.
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Religious Confessions in Europe
Internal Conflicts and Crises
The British and North American Experience
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