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History of the world christian movement earliest christianity to 1453 dale t irvin scott w sunquist on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers this first comprehensive account of christianity as a world religion is a landmark offering the work of five years of a team of 43 international scholars and consultants. History of the world christian movement earliest christianity to 1453 history of the world christian movement volume 1 earliest christianity to 1453 by . Traditional histories of christianity focus on its consolidation in the west and subsequent export to the rest of the world history of the world christian movement shows that from the beginning christianity has been a world religion informed and shaped through the interplay of gospel and culture church and world. This thorough lucid solidly researched book the first of two volumes charts the history of global christianity. 1570753962 9781570753961 history of the world christian movement earliest christianity to 1453 published in the year 2001 was published by orbis books
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