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By Nick Page

ISBN-10: 1444750127

ISBN-13: 9781444750126

ISBN-10: 1444750135

ISBN-13: 9781444750133

From Abelard to Zwingli, through a large number of saints and sinners, Nick web page publications us throughout the creeds, the councils, the constructions and the history of the Christian church in an illuminating, and maybe ever so just a little irreverent way.

Well-known as a author, speaker, unlicensed historian and common information-monger, Nick web page combines in-depth examine, old research and state-of-the-art guesswork to discover how the heck the Christian church has survived all that 2,000 years of heroes, villains and misfits may possibly throw at it (mostly from the interior) to stay the most influential forces on the earth today.

'I used to be predestined to learn this.' John Calvin.

'I felt my middle surprisingly warmed. Or it may well were indigestion.' John Wesley.

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