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The History Of Christianity DVD


History Of Christianity

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Please note this is a region 2 DVD and will require a region 2 or region free DVD player in order to play “MacCulloch&39;s fresh way of thinking and thorough research upturns long-held views on how we typically view the major religion of the west”--The Guardian Presented by Diarmaid MacCulloch – one of the world&39;s leading historians and Professor of History of the Church at St Cross College Oxford A History of Christianity considers the evolution of the Christian faith and its four main forms Orthodoxy Oriental Christianity Western Catholicism and Protestantism In this fascinating series Professor MacCulloch explains how Christianity first spread east extending into Syria Central Asia India and the Far East He explores the extraordinary and unpredictable rise of the largest single body of Christian devotion in the world the Roman Catholic Church and reveals how confession was invented by monks in a remote island off the coast of Ireland As the series progresses it charts Eastern Orthodox Christianity&39;s fight for survival after its glory days in the eastern Roman Empire and looks at the Reformation and the rise of Protestantism as well as the evangelical revival and the American-led rise of Pentecostalism

All six episodes of the BBC series tracing the roots of Christianity and the history of the church. Travelling through four continents, academic and theologian Diarmaid MacCulloch follows the route of the fledgling religion, arguing that its origins reflect a more Eastern bias than that which was previously thought.

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