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A History of Christian Doctrine: Abridged in One Volume

by David K. Bernard
SKU: 26981
ISBN: 9780757750052
Price: $17.99
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The abridged A History of Christian Doctrine contains material from all three volumes of David K. Bernard’s comprehensive analysis of church history. Covering events from the first century ad through the end of the twentieth century, the reader will find out why certain biblical doctrines were abandoned, how certain unbiblical doctrines were embraced, and learn about the origins of many of the denominations that exist today.

Volume 1

The Post-Apostolic Age to the Middle Ages A.D. 100-1500 A History of Christian Doctrine traces doctrinal developments in church history, evaluating them from an Apostolic Pentecostal perspective. It introduces leading historical figures and movements in Christendom and conveys a basic understanding of their beliefs. This scholarly book describes how biblical doctrines were abandoned, how unbiblical doctrines were embraced, and how some still affirmed apostolic teachings.

Volume 2

The Reformation to the Holiness Movement A.D. 1500-1900 A History of Christian Doctrine traces doctrinal developments in church history, evaluating them from an Apostolic Pentecostal perspective. It introduces leading historical figures and movements in Christendom and conveys a basic understanding of their beliefs. This scholarly book describes how biblical doctrines were abandoned, how unbiblical doctrines were embraced, and how some still affirmed apostolic teachings.

The series continues by describing the major theologians, movements, and events from the Protestant Reformation onward. It demonstrates how many biblical doctrines were rediscovered and provides a basis for understanding various denominations today.

Volume 3

The Twentieth Century A.D. 1900-2000 A History of Christian Doctrine traces doctrinal developments in church history, evaluating them from an Apostolic Pentecostal perspective. It introduces leading historical figures and movements in Christendom and conveys a basic understanding of their beliefs. This scholarly book describes how biblical doctrines were abandoned, how unbiblical doctrines were embraced, and how some still affirmed apostolic teachings.

The series concludes with the significant movements, theologians, and events of the twentieth century. It gives particular attention to the Pentecostal movement but also describes others.