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Church history

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Timeline of Church History’s Most Important Events

The following timeline presents church history's most important events, starting with the time of Jesus Christ in the First Century, continuing through Protestant and Catholic history up until near the end of the last century:

A list of 7 reformers from the Protestant Reformation. Some of them are well known, others are not. Each played an important part.

This year First Presbyterian Church in El Paso is hosting their first ever Reformation Fair and would love for you to attend. Here are a few more details on what a Reformation Fair is and why it's a fun family activity to add to your October plans.

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If you step into any Christian church, you'll likely hear a statement like this at some point during that experience: “There are more Christian martyrs today than there were in the Bible 2,000 years ago.”

Here is a brief history of the English Reformation. During the English Reformation, Catholics and Protestants would use morality plays to convey and dramatize their political disagreements.

A brief history of the Protestant reformation of the English Church through the reigns of Henry V, Edward VI, Mary I and Elizabeth 1 (AD 1509-1603). PDF version (1.4 MB)

World Religions

A collection of art, music, prayers, and teachings of the religions from around our world. MA in Sacred Theology.

Early Church History

Timeline of the first five centuries of church history (updated 21/11/14). PDF version (176 KB)

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Written by: Justin Taylor In Pilgrim Theology, the concise, lay-level version of Michael Horton’s Systematic Theology, Horton explains the four coordinates of the compass for integrating faith and pr

Written by: Justin Taylor In Pilgrim Theology, the concise, lay-level version of Michael Horton’s Systematic Theology, Horton explains the four coordinates of the compass for integrating faith and pr