Item description for A History of the Christian Tradition, Vol. II: From the Reformation to the Present by Thomas McGonigle & James F. Quigley...
Overview A history of Christian belief and institutions from the Reformation to Vatican ll and beyond.
Publishers Description A history of Christian belief and institutions from the Reformation to Vatican II and beyond.
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Studio: Paulist Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.96" Width: 5.95" Height: 0.94" Weight: 1 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 1996
Publisher Paulist Press
ISBN 0809136481 ISBN13 9780809136483
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More About Thomas McGonigle & James F. Quigley
Thomas McGonigle, born in Brooklyn, is the author of the novels "Going to Patchogue" and "The Corpse Dream of N. Petkov". Educated at Beloit, Hollins, and University College, Dublin, he lives in New York City and contributes to a number of publications.
Thomas McGonigle currently resides in New York, in the state of New York. Thomas McGonigle was born in 1944.
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Reviews - What do customers think about A History of the Christian Tradition, Vol. II: From the Reformation to the Present?
Good book Sep 8, 2003
This book is a decent one, relatively easy to read and understand. I also am lucky enough to have Fr. Quigley in class as my professor, and he is an outstanding man.
Clear and concise look at the early church. Feb 8, 1999
This is a clear and concise look at the early church with an emphasis on giving us maximum exposure to all aspects of Christianity as it evolved from a messianic cult to the power behind all of western civilization. Judgement is not passed on heresies, they are just explained as to their beliefs and why they were not adopted as church doctrine.