Monks And Mystics Paperback
Chronicles of the Medieval Church
by Brandon & Mindy Withrow;
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Monks And Mystics
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Read the stories of Gregory the Great, Boniface, Charlemagne, Constantine Methodius, Vladimir, Anselm of Canterbury, Bernard of Clairvaux, Francis of Assisi, Thomas Aquinas, Catherine of Sienna, John Wyclif and John Hus.
From people of the Medieval church you can discover how the young Christian church moved on into another era of time. From Gregory I through to Wyclif and Hus you can discover about the crusades and the spread of Islam as well as the beginnings of universities and the Reformation.
As the church moves on through the centuries you can see its people struggling against persecution and problems from inside and out.
Learn from their mistakes and errors but more importantly learn from their amazing strengths and gifts. Marvel at God's wonderful care of his people - the church - the Christian church.
Written in a modern and relaxed style this is a book that will introduce you to history without the tears and with all the wonder.
Extra features throughout this book include looking deeper into issues such as Islam; Division; The crusades; the first university; Creeds and Councils and the Renaissance.
Monks And Mystics by Brandon & Mindy Withrow was published by Christian Focus Publications in November 2005 and is our 29034th best seller. The ISBN for Monks And Mystics is 9781845500832.
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Details for Monks And Mystics
|Page last updated||9th November 2015|
|Author / Artist||Brandon & Mindy Withrow|
|Publisher||Christian Focus Publications (November 2005)|
|Recommended for Ages||from 9 years up to 14 years|
|Number of Pages||224|