Publisher's Summary

Where did Christianity begin? How has the belief in one, true, all-powerful God splintered into thousands of denominations? 
Discover the ancient roots of the Christian faith. 
Travel across time and geography and discover the Judaic roots of Christianity.

The rise and fall of religions from Jesus and his humble and faithful followers to the beginnings of the Orthodox Church
The split of the Roman Empire and the rise of the Roman Catholic Church
The Crusades and the Knightly Order
The settling of North America and the birth of Jehovah's Witness
Meet the visionaries, saints, and evangelists who carved and sculpted religion and Christianity, as we know it today including Martin Luther, Mother Teresa, Lester Roloff, George Whitefield, Mary Magdalene, St. Augustine, John Wycliffe, and Pope Francis and more.
Examine our cherished beliefs about life and death. The moral and social principles shared by all Judeo-Christian faiths.
Christian History: the Events, Characters, and Stories that Shaped the History of Christianity & the History of the Church is a splash of inspiration. Each chapter focuses on a culture, theme, set of beliefs, or denomination. You'll start with a quick dip into the history of Christianity, Orthodox Christianity, and Jehovah's Witness. Dive into an overview of the Jewish Culture. Get a glimpse of People in History Who Defined Christianity, a peek at The Crusades and a dunk in Christian beliefs in life, death, and the afterlife. 
Delve into the inspiring history of Christianity today with Christian History: the Events, Characters, and Stories that Shaped the History of Christianity & the History of the Church.
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4 out of 5 stars
By Michel Bellemare on 04-30-18

Church History

This short yet, brief book regarding key events that formed Christianity through the centuries was easy to listen to even though the narrator regarded Jehovah's Witnesses as Christian they deny the Death and Deity of Jesus Christ which makes them a non-Christian community.

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1 out of 5 stars
By Anonymous User on 01-05-18

Talking about Christianity deserves better

Found this book to be poor, shallow and lacked basics of critical writing. It sounds as if the narrator was reading lines from Wikipedia.

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