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Handout Church Historyby John Gerstner
Dr. John H. Gerstner examines the twists and turns of church history, addressing major theological developments along the way. He demonstrates how God has been at work in each stage of church history and explains that Christians today can be confident that God continues to work in the church for His glory.
Messages included: Introduction, The Bible and Church History (2 Parts), The Church of the Apostolic Fathers, 3rd and 4th Century: Nicaea and the Deity of Christ, 5th Century in the East: Two Natures of Christ, 5th Century in the West: Augustine, 5th Century in the West: Tertullian to Augustine, 5th Century in the West: Fall of Imperial Rome, Early Middle Ages: Ecclesiastico-Political Rome, 13th Century: Salvation by the Church, 13th Century: True Church ³in the wilderness², The End of the Middle: A Summary, Forerunners of Luther: Wycliff and Hus, Forerunners of Luther: Lyra, Valla, Erasmus, Forerunners of Luther: Brothers of Common Life, Forerunners of Luther: Savonarola, Martin Luther (2 Parts), Ulrich Zwingli, Colloquy of Marburg, Melancthon and Lutheran Slippage, The Lutheran Book of Concord and Saxon, John Calvin and the Calvinists, Calvinistic Creeds and the Westminster Standards, The Anabaptists, Romanism¹s Counter Reformation: Trent, The Thirty Year War, Orthodoxy on the Continent and Britain, Puritanism in England and New England, Arminianism/External Attack on Reformation, Covenant Theology/Internal Attack on Reformation, Enlightenment: Root and Branch Attack on the Reformers, The Modern Missionary Movement, 20th Century: Theological Liberalism, 20th Century: Neo-Orthodoxy, 20th Century: Neo-Evangelicalism, 20th Century: Neo-Calvinism.
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