A history of Christianity / Kenneth Scott Latourette.

1st ed.. New York : Harper, [1953] .

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Subjects Church history.
Église -- Histoire.
Église catholique -- Histoire.
Description xxvii, 1516 pages : maps (some folded) ; 24 cm
Copyright Date [1953]
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary Traces the course of Christianity from its beginning to the present day, charting its geographical, doctrinal, and denominational developments and impact against the background of world history.
Contents The pre-Christian course of mankind -- Jesus and the gospel -- The first five hundred years : Christianity wins the Roman empire and takes shape -- The darkest hours : the great recession, A.D. 500-A.D. 950 -- Four centuries of resurgence and advance, A.D. 950-A.D. 1350 -- Geographic loss and internal lassitude, confusion, and corruption, partly offset by vigorous life, A.D. 1350-A.D. 1500 -- Reform and expansion A.D. 1500-A.D. 1750 -- Repudiation and revival, A.D. 1750-A.D. 1815 -- The great century : growing repudiation paralleled by abounding vitality and unprecedented expansion, A.D. 1815-A.D. 1914 -- Vigour amidst storm : beginning in A.D. 1914 -- By way of inclusive retrospect.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)287115
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WorldCat Identities Latourette, Kenneth Scott, 1884-1968.
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