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Audiolibro Great World Religions: Christianity


El autor del libro Great World Religions: Christianity es Luke Timothy Johnson y el narrador es Luke Timothy Johnson. Este libro pertenece a las categorías Apostolado y evangelización, está narrado en Inglés y su duración es de 6 horas y 10 mins.

¿Quién es el autor del libro Great World Religions: Christianity?

El autor del libro Great World Religions: Christianity es Luke Timothy Johnson

¿Quién es el narrador del libro Great World Religions: Christianity?

El narrador del libro Great World Religions: Christianity es Luke Timothy Johnson

¿En qué lenguaje está narrado el audiolibro Great World Religions: Christianity?

Este audiolibro está narrado en Inglés

¿De cuánto es la duración del audiolibro Great World Religions: Christianity?

La duración del audiolibro es de 6 horas y 10 mins

¿En qué formato está el audiolibro Great World Religions: Christianity?

El formato del audiolibro es: Lectura

¿A qué categorías pertenece este audiolibro?

Este audiolibro pertenece a las categorías: Apostolado y evangelización

¿Cuál es la descripción de este audiolibro?

Resumen del editor

These 12 lectures are an engaging and comprehensive introduction to one of the world’s greatest faiths. By concentrating on the basics that every well-educated individual should know, Professor Johnson’s lectures provide you with a clear survey of the most important elements of this religious tradition-and a framework for further study. In this lecture series, you’ll consider fundamental issues including Christianity’s birth and expansion across the Mediterranean world, the development of its doctrine, its transformation after Christianity became the imperial religion of Rome, its many and deep connections to Western culture, and the tensions within Christianity today. Professor Johnson’s synthetic approach provides first an overview of the Christian story, how it understands history from creation to new creation – and the relation of scripture to that history, and the Christian creed: what Christians believe about God, Jesus, the Holy Spirit, and the church. He also explains Christian practice as expressed by the structure of the community and its sacraments, by the struggles of Christians to find a coherent and consistent moral teaching, and by various manifestations of Christianity’s more radical edge in martyrs, missionaries, and mystics. By the end of this engaging and accessible series, you’ll finally have a true grasp of Christianity’s distinctive character, the major turning points in its history, its most important shared beliefs and practices, and, above all, its continuing appeal to many of the world’s peoples.

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