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By Justo L. González

This quantity, condensed from Dr. Justo González’s renowned three-volume historical past, is revised and updated.


While maintaining the fundamental parts of the sooner 3 volumes, this ebook describes the crucial figures and debates resulting in the Councils of Nicea and Chalcedon. Then it strikes to Augustine and indicates how Christianity advanced and was once understood within the Latin West and Byzantine East through the center Ages.


Finally, the booklet introduces the towering theological leaders of the Reformation and keeps to trance the improvement of Protestant, Catholic, and Orthodox Christianities via modernity within the 20th century to post-modernity within the twenty-first.

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