Item description for Presbyterians: Their History and Beliefs by Walter L. Lingle & John W. Kuykendall...
Overview The highly popular account of the chief events and doctrines of the Presbyterian Church continues to have great appeal to everyone laypersons, youth, and ministers, students of religion, history and sociology in fact, anyone who is interested in the development of a major body of Christians.
This highly popular account of the chief events and doctrines of the Presbyterian Church continues to have great appeal to laypersons, ministers, students--in fact, anyone who is interested in the development of this major body of Christians. Clearly written, "Presbyterians: Their History and Beliefs" gives new understanding and appreciation of the Presbyterian Church and its place in the family of God.
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Studio: Presbyterian Publishing Corpor
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.66" Width: 6.02" Height: 0.32" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Release Date Jan 1, 1988
Publisher Westminster John Knox Press
ISBN 0804209855 ISBN13 9780804209854
Availability 79 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 18, 2017 03:25.
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More About Walter L. Lingle & John W. Kuykendall
Walter L. Lingle, a Presbyterian minister and educator, served as President of Davidson College in Davidson, North Carolina from 1929-1941.
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Very concise, factual Apr 12, 2000
This is a short (110 pgs.) and simple book that outlines the history of the Presbyterian Church throughout the world. I found a lot of interesting facts and information in this book concerning the beginnings of not just the Presbyterian Church but others such as the Catholic and Anglican churches. I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to gain a little more insight into the history of not just the Presbyterian church but of Christianity as well.