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The Christian Tradition

Author : Jaroslav Pelikan
ISBN : 0226653773
Genre : Religion
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Explores the iconography, dogma, and liturgy of Greek, Slavic, and Syriac forms of Christianity.
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ISBN : MSU:31293009632740
Genre : Humanities
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ISBN : IND:30000004649749
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Christianity Today

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ISBN : UVA:X000922767
Genre : Theology
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History Of The Christian Church

Author : Williston Walker
ISBN : 9780684184173
Genre : Religion
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Examines the early Christian community, Gnosticism, the Catholic Church, the influence of the Roman Empire, the Crusades, the Reformation, and modern Christianity
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The Oxford Encyclopedia Of The Reformation

Author : Hans Joachim Hillerbrand
ISBN : 0195103637
Genre : Europe
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Presents information on the events and happenings of the sixteenth century, depicting not only religious life, but related societal phenomena that had bearing on religion, with more than 1,200 articles arranged alphabetically by topic.
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Christianity In England From Roman Times To The Reformation

Author : Kenneth Hylson-Smith
ISBN : UCSD:31822031069982
Genre : Religion
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This final volume in the author's trilogy places the English Reformation within the context of the late medieval church and also within the framework of the European Reformation as a whole. It can be treated as a separate work in its own right, or can be read in conjunction with the other two volumes to give a full account and analysis of the way Christianity evolved in England from its origins up to 1558. The style adopted, that of an overarching narrative, is intended to attract a broad readership. Every part of the book is grounded in a mass of articles, theses, monographs, and other specialist works which have abounded in the last 50 years. This means that the volume should serve as a reliable guide for those undergraduate and graduate students, as well as general readers, who are looking for an overview of events, trends and developments in the fascinating period covered by the book.
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World Authors 1975 1980

Author : Vineta Colby
ISBN : UOM:49015002917426
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Offers profiles of hundreds of authors, and includes brief descriptions of each writer's major works
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Wisdom And The Grail

Author : Anne Marie D'Arcy
ISBN : UOM:39015051308875
Genre : History
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"Whereas the anonymous author of the Queste, who was deeply influenced by the monastic tradition of mystical theology, conceived of the Holy Grail as a symbol of Divine Wisdom personified, Malory's concentration of the vessel was eucharistic and rooted in the lay devotion of later medieval England. Faced with the illuminative concept of the vessel that he found in his source, Malory chose to treat the symbol in terms which recall popular contemporary emblems of the eucharistic sacrifice. Malory's act of translation and adaptation necessitated the breaking of the vessel he found in the Queste. However, he created a symbol that corresponded in function to that of the Queste - to direct the reader's thoughts towards complete union with God - but was essentially different in conception. In the Sankgreal Malory has brought about the restoration of the vessel, albeit drained of its original meaning."--BOOK JACKET.
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Turning Points

Author : Mark A. Noll
ISBN : UOM:39015050314890
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Now organized around 14 key moments in church history, this well-received text provides contemporary Christians with a fuller understanding of God as He has revealed his purpose through the centuries and around the world. Original.
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Author : Howard Clark Kee
ISBN : UOM:39015019396327
Genre : Religion
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Written by contributing scholars who are experts in specific facets of developing Christianity, this survey provides a well-rounded introduction to the history of Christianity and is ideal for anyone interested in the impact of Christianity of world culture down through history. It shows how Christianity emerged from its original Jewish context and developed into a worldwide religion, offering perceptive studies on how its origins and development were influenced by the changing social and cultural contexts in which the founders and leaders of this tradition lived and thought. Provides detailed evidence of the influence of Greco-Roman and Jewish religious concepts and religious movements on the origins of Christianity, considers the structuring of the church conceptually and organizationally in Europe, and discusses Christianity's spread and growth in America and throughout the world. Looks at the profound impact of the culture of the later Roman and medieval world on the development of Christian doctrine and intellectual traditions and helps readers understand the reasons for the divisions between Catholic and Protestant traditions.
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Author : J. D. Green
ISBN : UVA:X030259247
Genre : Religion
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The book is about the evolution of 'Augustinianism' in a process of 'spiritual transvaluation' as Augustine of Hippo's thought was appropriated by spiritual masters in the medieval period. The chapters deal with a range of experiences in 'spiritual transvaluation' beginning with Augustine's own philosophic transvaluation of Christian 'affectivity'. The first study is about St. Gregory the Great's 'pastoral' transvaluation of Augustine's spirituality; the second about William of St. Thierry's 'mystical' transvaluation in the twelfth century; and the final one is about Walter Hilton's 'christo-centric' transvaluation, writing as an Augustinian Canon Regular in late fourteenth century England. The Epilogue draws together the themes of each chapter as a reflection about the spiritual nature of 'Augustinianism'.
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The Battle For The Bible In England 1557 1582

Author : Cameron Alexander MacKenzie
ISBN : UOM:39015055077179
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In the sixteenth century, the vernacular Bible was a serious issue of debate between Protestants and Catholics. In the story of the English Bible, the period from 1557 to 1582 was especially important: English Protestant exiles published the first Geneva version in 1557; Anglican bishops produced a version of their own in 1568; and in 1582, English Catholic exiles published a New Testament. The Battle for the Bible in England, 1557-1582 tells the story of these versions in their various editions. It also analyzes the material that accompanied the biblical text ' introductions, notes, illustrations, and the like ' and the controversial literature surrounding Bible translation in this period to uncover the beliefs and values of those who produced the various versions of the English Bible.
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