1 edition of A concise history of the Church. found in the catalog.
Originally published as Kleine Kirchengeschichte. Freiburg, Herder, 1965.
|Statement||Burns & Oates|
|Publishers||Burns & Oates|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 124 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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A period of great conflict and long-lasting conflict between the Christian and Islamic faiths begins during these years.
For example the Church issues in Africa, Asia and Latin America. Taken from a Catholic viewpoint, the book is an acceptable, although incomplete, introduction to Church history. By the time he got to the 19th and 20th century American experience, it was clear where he stood in the highly-polarised culture wars between liberals and conservatives.
It was all summed up in his command to love: God first and then all human beings without exception, foreigners as well as one's own. 99 I could not believe it but I have found this dichotomy with other publications.
Decay of Learning — Dissolute Lives of the Clergy — Of the Monks — Growth of the Papacy — Phocas and Gregory — Establishments of the Spiritual Supremacy of the Popes — Pope St.
The issue of Liberation Theology is explored with great detail in a way that the average person can easily understand.
This has had lasting effect. The unmaking of Christendom A.
Bokenkotter is thoroughly researched and well documented.
How would it respond to the classical high art of rhetoric—the art of influencing an audience by persuasion? The church in a state of siege A.
The issue of both homosexuality and women in the priesthood are carefully explored though I am not clear on the author's position on each.