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Product NameHistoria De La Iglesia Cristiana
CategoryBook / Magazine / Publication
Short DescriptionHardcover
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SKUM0829720030
Price New5.33 US Dollars    (curriencies)
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Width0.75 inches    (convert)
Height8.74 inches    (convert)
Length5.63 inches    (convert)
Weight11.2 ounces    (convert)
AuthorJesse Lyman Hurlbut
Page Count206
BindingHardcover
Published06/21/1999
Long DescriptionNinguna institución ha cubierto más siglos y más continentes que la iglesia cristiana. Su historia dramática es de derramamiento de sangre y paz, corrupción y pobreza. Aquí el doctor Hurlbut vuelve a contar esta historia con un estilo objetivo, conciso y claro, haciendo énfasis en el espíritu de la iglesia, su crecimiento y maduración, y las causas que condujeron a los acontecimientos históricos y su influencia resultante. Preciso, al día, y presentado en forma vívida, Historia de la Iglesia Cristiana, de Hurlbut, cubre los seis períodos generales de la historia de la iglesia desde el año 30 d. C. hasta el día de hoy. En esta edición revisada después de la muerte del doctor Hurlbut, se ha añadido una sección de conclusión que abarca el período desde el fallecimiento del autor hasta la actualidad para darnos un vistazo completo y fácil de entender acerca de la iglesia cristiana. Diseñado para dos públicos, este libro contiene bosquejos y referencias en los márgenes para ayudar al estudiante y al maestro, junto con una narración continua y numerosas ilustraciones para el lector general. Es ideal para utilizarlo en la Escuela Dominical, ya que al final del libro se incluyen bosquejos sugeridos y preguntas de repaso para cada capítulo.
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