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The Popular Encyclopedia of Church History
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Release Date: August 2013
Page Count: 400
Size: 6.0000 x 9.0000
Binding: Hardcover
ISBN: 978-0-7369-4806-7
Case Lot Quantity: 20

The Popular Encyclopedia of Church History

The People, Places, and Events That Shaped Christianity


Announcing the newest release in our well-received Popular Encyclopedia series—The Popular Encyclopedia of Church History, an ideal resource for anyone who want a clear, user-friendly guide to understanding the key people, places, and events that shaped Christianity.

General editors Ed Hindson and Dan Mitchell have extensive experience with producing reference works that combine expert scholarship and popular accessibility. Together with a broad range of well-qualified contributors, they have put together what is sure to become a standard must-have for both Bible teachers and students.

With nearly 300 articles across 400 pages, readers will enjoy…

  • a comprehensive panorama of church history from Acts 2 to today
  • a clear presentation of how the church and its teachings have developed
  • concise biographies of major Christian figures and their contributions
  • fascinating overviews of key turning points in church history

This valuable resource will enrich believers’ appreciation for the wonderful heritage behind their Christian faith.

Meet the authors

Ed Hindson

Ed Hindson

Ed Hindson, Dean of the School of Divinity and Distinguished Professor of Religion at Liberty University in Virginia, is the speaker on The King Is Coming telecast and the author and general editor of 40 books. He holds a DMin from Westminster Theological Seminary and PhD from University of South Africa.

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Dan Mitchell

Dan Mitchell is a professor of theological studies at Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary in Virginia, and has a ThD degree from Dallas Theological Seminary. He served as the managing editor of the KJV Study Bible and has written multiple Bible commentaries.

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Editorial Reviews


“ Recommended for church libraries.”
Church Libraries

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