Item description for Kregel Pictorial Guide to Church History, Volume 1 (Kregel Pictorial Guides) (The Kregel Pictorial Guide Series) by John D. Hannah & Peter Dennis...
Overview Christianity is a faith rooted in history, beginning with the life death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ and continuing on through the struggles and trumphs of the church across the centuries. This full color, illustrated guide provides an easy to follow summary of church history and brings to life the great redemptive drama played out upon the world stage. Included are more than forty photographs, illustrations, and maps illuminating the people, places, and events of church history. Also included are a complex index and a full color, fold out time line that places major events of church history in the context of other political and cultural developments around the world.
Publishers Description A full-color, illustrated guide that provides an easy-to-follow summary of church history and brings to life the great redemptive drama played out upon the world stage. Included are more than forty photographs, illustrations, and maps illuminating the people, places and events of church history. Also included are a complete index and a full-color, fold-out time line that places major events of church history in the context of other political and cultural developments around the world.
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Studio: Kregel Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.52" Width: 7.54" Height: 0.16" Weight: 0.31 lbs.
Release Date Jan 12, 2001
Publisher Kregel Publications
Series Kregel Pictorial Guide
Series Number 4
ISBN 0825427983 ISBN13 9780825427985
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More About John D. Hannah & Peter Dennis
With four children and nine grandchildren, Donna Vander Griend has long experienced the inherent joy and unpredictability found in youth. She is an author, trainer, and teacher who enjoys connecting with people of all ages. Donna and her husband of forty-three years, Orville, reside in Bellingham, Washington.
John D. Hannah currently resides in Dallas, in the state of Texas.
John D. Hannah has published or released items in the following series...
Basics of the Reformed Faith
Focus on the Bible
Kregel Pictorial Guide Series the Kregel Pictorial Guide
Reviews - What do customers think about Kregel Pictorial Guide to Church History, Volume 1 (Kregel Pictorial Guides) (The Kregel Pictorial Guide Series)?
Short, Simple, And To The Point Dec 23, 2006
Dr Hannah has done it and done it well. A very short, concise, and fair representation of church history from the post-apostolic period until the twentieth century. The Kregel pictorial guide is a very good way to introduce your youth group to the history of Christianity.
True - virtually none of the stories are covered in great detail, but even then there are tons of good information on each page. Even a fifth or sixth grader will be able to read, enjoy, and understand the book.
Kudos to John Hannah for a much needed resource.
The Kregel Pictorial Guide to Church History Mar 27, 2001
When I first saw this book I thought, "Right - a church history covering 2000 years of history; it must have skipped alot of info." However, after reading it I found that it was informative and covered a good deal of history in its 21 pages of text. Major events and persons were covered. This work I feel is for the student who wants a good and quick overview of church history. It is well written and has a good flow and writing style. There is a chart in the middle of the book which opens up to 39 inches long and 10.5 inches wide. What the book does not include is on the chart. I plan to use this book for a class I am teaching in church history; this is a layman's course which I will be teaching at the church where I am a deacon. The only complaint that I have with the book is that there is no bibliography but it does have an index.