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Written from an objective historical perspective, A New History of Christianity provides the best readable yet scholarly one-volume account of Christianity from its origins to the present day.Chapters cover Christian beginnings, the growth of the early Christian communities, the character of the medieval Church, popular religion, the Protestant Reformation, the Catholic Reformation, the early modern Church, the Church in the nineteenth century, the Church in war and peace, and the crisis of the modern Church.
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Sutton, Vivian Green
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"An expert guide through Christian history.... The outstanding quality of Green's writing is honesty. The Church is presented here, warts and all." - The Rt. Rev. Robert Runcie, former Archbishop of Canterbury "If you want to know where Christianity came from, it would be hard to beat Vivian Green's history.... It provides an unsentimental guide to the good and evil done in Christ's name over the past 2,000 years." - The Economist, "A fair and balanced treatment of an enormously difficult and complex subject.... Green's work is a sound, scholarly treatment." - Library Journal, "Green has not tried to be innovative or radical in his approach, but to tell the remarkable story of how Christianity has evolved from a fringe society to become the single most important influence on Western civilization ... Green has a firm grasp on the complex development of Christianity that will be of enormous benefit to many readers." - America, "[An] engaging narrative from the origins of the Christian community to the present." - The Journal of Religion