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MILLER S CHURCH HISTORY - From The First to The Nineteenth Century: Complete In One Volume Andrew Miller

MILLER S CHURCH HISTORY - From The First to The Nineteenth Century: Complete In One Volume

Andrew Miller

Published February 24th 2014
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Many of our readers, we know, have neither the time nor the opportunity for reading the voluminous works that have been written from time to time on the history of the church. Still, that which has been the dwelling-place of God for the last eighteenMoreMany of our readers, we know, have neither the time nor the opportunity for reading the voluminous works that have been written from time to time on the history of the church. Still, that which has been the dwelling-place of God for the last eighteen hundred years, must be a subject of the deepest interest to all His children. We speak not now of the church as it is often represented in history, but as it is spoken of in scripture. There it is seen in its true spiritual character, as the body of Christ, and as the habitation of God through the Spirit.TABLE OF CONTENTSPREFACECHAPTER 1THE ROCK FOUNDATIONCHAPTER 2THE DAY OF PENTECOST FULLY COMECHAPTER 3THE DISCIPLES PERSECUTED AND SCATTEREDCHAPTER 4THE MISSIONARIES OF THE CROSSCHAPTER 5THE APOSTLE PAULCHAPTER 6PAULS THIRD MISSIONARY JOURNEY A.D. 54CHAPTER 7THE BURNING OF ROMECHAPTER 8THE INTERNAL HISTORY OF THE CHURCHCHAPTER 9FROM COMMODUS TILL THE ACCESSION OF CONSTANTINECHAPTER 10CONSTANTINECHAPTER 11THE COUNCIL OF NICECHAPTER 12THE INTERNAL HISTORY OF THE CHURCHCHAPTER 13THE EPISTLE TO THE CHURCH IN THYATIRACHAPTER 14THE SPREAD OF CHRISTIANITY OVER EUROPECHAPTER 15MAHOMET, THE FALSE PROPHET OF ARABIACHAPTER 16THE SILVER LINE OF SOVEREIGN GRACECHAPTER 17THE PROPAGATION OF CHRISTIANITYCHAPTER 18THE CHURCH-BUILDING SPIRIT REVIVEDCHAPTER 19THE PONTIFICATE OF GREGORY VIICHAPTER 20THE CRUSADESCHAPTER 21HENRY V. AND GREGORYS SUCCESSORSCHAPTER 22THE ENCROACHMENTS OF ROME IN ENGLANDCHAPTER 23THE THEOLOGY OF THE CHURCH OF ROMECHAPTER 24INNOCENT III. AND HIS TIMESCHAPTER 25INNOCENT AND THE SOUTH OF FRANCECHAPTER 26THE INQUISITION ESTABLISHED IN LANGUEDOCCHAPTER 27THE APPROACHING DAWN OF THE REFORMATIONCHAPTER 28THE DECLINE OF PAPAL POWERCHAPTER 29THE FORERUNNERS OF THE REFORMATIONCHAPTER 30JOHN WYCLIFFECHAPTER 31THE REFORMATION MOVEMENT IN BOHEMIACHAPTER 32THE CAPTURE OF CONSTANTINOPLECHAPTER 33THE REFORMATION IN GERMANYCHAPTER 34THE FIRST PAPAL JUBILEECHAPTER 35LUTHER AT WARTBURGCHAPTER 36PROTESTANTISMCHAPTER 37THE SACRAMENTARIAN CONTROVERSYCHAPTER 38THE COUNCIL OF BOLOGNACHAPTER 39THE POPISH REFUTATIONCHAPTER 40THE REFORMATION IN SWITZERLANDCHAPTER 41THE LEADERS OF THE REFORMATION IN SWITZERLANDCHAPTER 42THE RESULTS OF THE DISPUTATIONSCHAPTER 43THE GENERAL PROGRESS OF REFORMCHAPTER 44THE EXTENSION OF REFORM IN SWITZERLANDCHAPTER 45THE REFORMATION IN GERMANYCHAPTER 46THE OPENING OF THE COUNCIL OF TRENTCHAPTER 47THE INTERIMCHAPTER 48THE EFFECT OF THE REFORMATION IN GERMANY ON THE NATIONS OF EUROPECHAPTER 49THE REFORMATION IN FRENCH SWITZERLANDCHAPTER 50THE REFORMATION IN FRANCECHAPTER 51THE GREAT PROGRESS OF THE REFORMATIONCHAPTER 52THE WALDENSESCHAPTER 53THE REFORMATION IN THE BRITISH ISLESCHAPTER 54ENGLANDCHAPTER 55THE REIGN OF ELIZABETH <