Featuring more than sixty new maps, diagrams and charts, in full colour. The Lion Atlas of Christian History examines the origins, beginnings, growth and worldwide spread and development of Christianity. Covering the early Christians, the church under siege, the Middle Ages, the Reformations, and the modern church. The concise, helpful text written by acknowledged authorities, guides the experience and helps readers to interpret the visuals. Consciously written for students of all levels, this volume is perfect for individual or course-based study. Features: *60 new maps reproduced in full colour *Computer-generated diagrams and charts in full colour *Helpful commentary *Complete index and gazetteer
Although much has been written on the evangelical revival of the 18th century, J.C. Ryles account remains the best popular introduction to this great spiritual era. With simplicity and vigour, he traces the lives of the eleven Christian leaders who shook England from one end to another, giving strong reasons for his belief that excepting Luther and his Continental contemporaries, and our own martyred Reformers, the world has seen no such men since the days of the apostles
Women who built the church and changed the world by Sarah Allen t’s easy to imagine that Christian women of the past were shrinking violets who were side-lined and excluded from making a difference in the church and in the world.