6 edition of Readings in world history. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Edited by William H. McNeill and Jean W. Sedlar.|
|Contributions||Sedlar, Jean W., joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||D5 .M27|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||68008409|
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Readings in World Christian History Highlights the variety of Christianities that grew out of the Palestinian Jesus Movement of the first century with texts that tell of Christian life beyond Byzantine and Western Christendom, in the Mongol and Chinese courts as well as the ancient communities of Ethiopia and Egypt, and in the struggle to cope /5(32).
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Designed for the classroom Readings in World Christian History highlights the variety of Christianities that grew out of the Palestinian Jesus Movement of the first century. John Coakley holds the L. Russell Feakdes Memorial Professor of Church History at New Brunswick Theological Seminary, New Jersey.
Here are primary source materials on lesser-known aspects of church history, highlighting vital contributions made by Syrian, Coptic, Byzantine, and Nestorian believers. Shows how Christianity entered into the Mongol and Chinese courts, coped with Islam, and took root in places like Ethiopia and Egypt.
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