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- SAGE Publications 2015; US$ 32.00
A Moving Faith captures the dynamic shift of Christianity to the South and portrays a global movement that promises prosperity, healing, empowerment, and gender equality by invoking neo-Pentecostal and Charismatic resources. It postulates that neither North America nor Europe is the current center of the Christian faith. The book provides a detailed... more...
- ABC-CLIO 2015; US$ 58.00
The Reformation was the most cataclysmic event in Western Christianity. An ideal resource for undergraduate history students and general readers, this title provides an accessible human narrative through the complex events of the period that many find bewildering. History comes alive and events unfold through the eyes of Philipp of Hesse, a German... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 44.95
This book, first published in 1926, is a collection of the original thoughts of Samuel George Shattock on religious matters. Shattock recorded his thoughts on religion throughout his life. This title brings together what Shattock himself felt to be his most important ideas on theology. Thoughts on Religion will be of interest to students of religion... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 52.95
The dissolution of the monasteries in England during the 1530s began a turbulent period of religious restructuring. Focusing on the counties of Wiltshire and Cheshire, Guinn-Chipman looks at the changing nature of religion over the next two centuries. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 54.95
Despite the best efforts of the English government, Elizabethan Ireland remained resolutely Catholic. Hutchinson examines this ?failure? of the Protestant Reformation. He argues that the emerging political concept of the absolutist state forms a crucial link between English policy in Ireland and the aims of the Calvinist reformers. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 52.95
Moger?s study explores the personal experience of those who found themselves on the ?losing side? of the Reformation. Using the private diary of Catholic priest, Wolfgang Königstein, Moger discusses the early years of Protestantism and its effects on the lives of German Catholics. more...
- Abingdon Press 2002; US$ 12.00
Our most profound experiences of God often come when we least expect them: in the moments of our lives when something outside the ordinary confronts us. What we learn in these moments about ourselves and about God can be learned in no other way. more...
- Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 47.95
This book is a study of the contribution of women to the development of the newly legitimate Christian church in the twilight of the Western Roman Empire. There are many women noted for the example of their life in this period, regarded amongst the luminaries of the day; but while their male mentors, the patristic authors have retained their fame,... more...
- Wiley 2008; US$ 115.95 US$ 100.49
This book explores the theological lessons to be learnt from 2000 years of Christian Church history. An exploration of the theological lessons to be learnt from the difficult history of the Christian churches over the past 2,000 years Opens with an introductory essay on the whole of Church history, making the book suitable for lay readers... more...
- BRILL 2004; US$ 195.00
Though Christianity is generally considered a western religion, even by Christians living in Asia, Mullen (religious studies, U. of Birmingham) points out that none of the early but possible sites of Christianity are in Europe, nor anywhere near the areas that many historians would consider to be the Christian heartland. He takes as the cut-off dat more...