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Student, Charlemagne controlled France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Spain) and popes cooperated to defeat the Barbarians and rule Europe. Developed in twelfth- thirteenth  centuries. January 7, … Otto I  (912-973),  A German  king and emperor of 0000026380 00000 n 3.4.           goats. Sacraments. 1.4. 0000004152 00000 n           (ruled  1547- 1553),  Book  of Common Prayer,  42 Articles.           intellectual,  moral, social, theological. Theodosius  (r.  379- The Church, Past and Present: a Review of its History H.M. Gwatkin. 731 The "Venerable" Bede completes his careful and influential Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation. Studying the church over the ages helps … Causes:    exclusiveness 6.4. Charlemagne died 814. Expansion  in British  Isles resulted  in  Whitby (663) and  Roman           Neoplatonism, Montanism (Montanus c. 150), Monarchianism. 1.1.  Review of the apostles James, Peter,Paul, and John.           over  whole church,  conflict with Eastern  bishops, civil duties,                 Survey. TULIP. �P-k � �S�kž��+QW�6 Ƌhvh������b��ɩ{H6C��N�>�=�YxX.׻n�Er-���a�[ i^Um�m7�� �E�1�?��=�������J����5՟;#��#�t��Ԏ�YR���̊���,.��@�Uو���$V 2.4. Persecution  was local and sporadic until c. 250. Church  councils. French Swiss. Martin Luther (1483-1546). The Book of Acts tells about the history of the early church.           54-68), Domition (r. 81-90).           of indulgences in Germany. Theology proper and  Christology           Scotland. 8.1.           letters with the force of  law.           Roman Empire. The  rise  and  fall  of  papacy.           to recapture Palestine for Christianity. Charlemagne controlled France,  Germany,  Hungary, Italy, Spain)           Investiture Struggle.           classical learning within this transition.           Goths.           lord, feudal knight, serf, priest.           papacy. Church of England. 2. The Holy Roman Empire. Separation of Roman and Greek Church 1054. Gregory the Great (p. 590- National changes. National consciousness, printing Jesus was a first century Jewish man preaching his message to first century Jews. *Periods 1-4 completed 1979,  revised 1980. 0000020297 00000 n           (elder=overseer=P/T,  local. 0000007553 00000 n Writing Church History . Ephesus    in    431, Nestorian/Pelagian. 69 0 obj << /Linearized 1 /O 71 /H [ 1000 558 ] /L 160188 /E 42243 /N 14 /T 158690 >> endobj xref 69 28 0000000016 00000 n It is a thematic history of the church which reads easy and gives the reader the basics in the broad sweep of the church's growth. 4. According to the book of Acts: 1. 1.3. 0000001712 00000 n 1.6. Council of Trent  (1545-1563),  official Constantine           Christianity.           and  Southern  (Petrarch). 7.5.           supremacy. 0000032466 00000 n 0000008790 00000 n Enlightenmentthinkers examined the rational basis of all beliefs and in the process rejectedthe authority of church and state. The Crusades, 1095-1291. A study of church history is the study of God at work in the world carrying out His plan for mankind. People were being “added daily” to it. 0000000907 00000 n Poverty, celibacy, obedience. The first Church Council in the history of Christianity occurred c. 50 A.D. in Jerusalem. 1) Church history can help put our own life, experience, thinking and practice into proper perspective. Monarchial bishop, primacy of Rome Lay  reform. Church  entered feudalism. The Apostolic Period, AD 30-100. 7�����O��=�d#.���y���Ȑ��z�����2i��?&��$H�(�~vミ�8K҃�Ä�y/_�:'���/�=�ዾ"|!�f�������a]���< Other    factors. 5.3. 3.6. The period  of accelerated Churches met in small numbers in the homes of the believers.           Predestinarian (9th), Eucharistic (9th and 11th). College of Cardinals,  dictatus papae, Scholasticism. Good choice for teaching in adult education settings. John Calvin  (1509-1564). H�b```��� cc`a�X���!Ǵ�y+�C���\,�� ����L�Ǫ�Z[�uєy?�0��cS�"M/�(:$���k�4�x����3�M���K�9���F�`�c��4uZ����Ȋ�m��mE�2�N�������m^�)�%)����6�R:q��Jo�S��i�l?7N�΀#��:�R��\=��8���y���|m0����}����Rq*�,kM��"���L��׮�!� ],l�� ��$��``Ԁ1�2�a`� � (w@U2[@�&P-��) �z��47 ��Q��� ��W[��끃W����{A��s�#2�t&�+�8�b�:���1���%�s�s8o:38��W�o�c`X� �q 0000007400 00000 n 8.4. See Chronology of Acts. A History of the Church, Vol. His influence is worldwide. Clement of Rome (c.  95),  Ignatius (d.c. 110), Important persons. 0000041989 00000 n 6.6.         1054). 1.2. 8. 5.5. Theodore    Beza  (1519-1605). Church  organization in  the  first century 0000004509 00000 n 0000003857 00000 n HIS:Church History Summary  by Tod M. Kennedy, 1980*.           (Jesuits, Ignatius  of  Loyola  1491-1556,  authorized  1540), It is described in the first half of the 15th chapter of Acts. Elizabeth (r. 1558-1603),           used  in  9th-11th centuries    to    strengthen    papal           writing,  anti-Protestant. H��Wks�6��_��`'d�=�q&q^n�&����I�����5E�$em���{���4i��]'6A�}�{�ş��oM]Ս9o붫6f誥�*1{:�=|���N]$��o�0 T��H�"H�$��,g_�S�c?�� U$���8����'��ۋ�/���_�z*2y������UI��❧"L�=M��z���7�Q�*�A�FQ�ޚ�}�#T�Vu��4IV}ga�U��4�@qVV�,�%:��           king of  Franks (d.511),  to Franks. Bible,           in dignity and honor by 250, then  in jurisdiction and authority. No votes so far!           moderate. 0000001870 00000 n 3.5. 120),  Cyprian (c.  200-258), Origen (c. 185- However, for the Christian history represents an amazing story of the redemption of mankind in which our sovereign Lord is seen to be advancing His purposes towards His pre-ordained and pre-determined end. Universities  of           life,  orders. False  decretals  were  forgeries Featuring the Church Fathers, Catholic Encyclopedia, Summa Theologica and more. Missions. Priest,           RC theology and  papal authority. 7. Index, inquisition,           689-741, Pepin the Short, 714/15-768,  Charlemagne,  742-814. Philip Melanchthon Mary Direct  cause was sale           thinker, exegete, theologian,  writer,  teacher. In the West through Jerome and Augustine at two African councils           writer,  preacher. 3.7. Missionary expansion in Acts. Tod M. Kennedy, 1980* Arius (d.336), Athanasius  (c.296-373),           Saint and Image Worship (787), Filioque (9th),  Adoptionism  (9th), Separation  of           Cranmer (1489-1556). Clericis Some radicals (Munster). 8.5. Three thousand were added to it. 3.2. 0000001537 00000 n In 1 Corinthians 10:1-13, the apostle Paul exhorts the Corinthian church to learn from the examples of … Leo I  (p.  440-461). 0000003356 00000 n 3.           (1497-1560). 716 Boniface, the "Apostle of Germany," sets out as a missionary to bring the gospel to pagan lands.           church which soon  developed (overseer over elders). Church History in Brief. Appearance of material here does not imply approval by the leadershipat Community Bible Chapel, … The    Reformation  And  The  Counter Reformation, AD 1517-1648.           1305. The following is a capsule summary of the top 25 events in the History of Christianity, events which shaped the Church itself, Christian civilization, and the modern world. Eusebius’ greatest contribution is Historia Ecclesiastica (Church History), an extensive history of the Christian Church from the time of the apostles until about A.D. 323, just before the Council of Nicaea.           Settlement of 1559, 39 Articles, Church of Middle Way. %PDF-1.3 %���� 4.2.           languages,  man  centered,  secular, individualistic world view. 732 Each week the Saints podcast features interviews with historians, General Authorities, writers, researchers, and others involved with the new history of the Church, Saints: The Story of the Church of Jesus Christ in the Latter Days.           protected Rome. 2.3. The church did so not in a vacuum, but in a setting of times, cultures, and events that both influenced and were influenced by the church.           beginning to be thought out and formulated. Seven  major  crusades. The Roman Catholic Church traces its history to Jesus Christ and the Apostles. Reformed Theology. 6.5.           (1498-1527), George Blaurock (1491-1529),  Menno Simons (149601561). Zurich. 0000015661 00000 n Edward VI `)Y���$���R�>21�`�6�/�5Հc�0kK:�T�$`z ���H>N���m��5gl������3��T�;tp_^��&ܙ,l�a�-H����jɲg��a�r�1��ڽW�b���J@R�]F\��|��l����#wI��Ѝ�A�zք<3��s��ܤ��ܭLg���0�6�����3+c6H�c�C�lO(m����C����(�r�nXiP��-���5ŘO}�B[������0N�.tbRb���C=�㈗����!�x��P����j�D%fx�Ag$Q&63 �U*=�Գw��s"�4I��q�K�VB�y�Y!�g���|�ﴌwʥ��4�c?�:����za ��+� Ii��a݌���jH ���ڣ���4yi�ݽ{OC[�A)� Synod of Whitby determines that the English church will come under the authority of Rome. Ebionites,  Gnosticism,  Marcion (c.  150), Manichaeism, But it is in the book of the Revelation that a prophetic history of the church … Ulfilas (c.  311-383) to           Orleans,  Bourges,  Paris. Periods 9-11 to be added at  a Church history is vital to our understanding of the institution of the Christian church. Church history - extensive notes covering the period up through the Reformation. 6. John Wycliff (1329-1384),  Jan           Louis (Germany), Lothair (Central Corridor). Clovis,           Babylonian  Captivity  (1309- 1377),  Great Schism (1378-1417), The world of the late medieval Roman Catholic Church from which the 16th-century reformers emerged was a complex one. Lawyer.           313. Periods Chalcedon in 451, the Studying church history reminds us that we are part of a movement that is bigger than ourselves, our families, our church, and our denominations. 2.1. Canon of NT was officially closed by end  of  fourth century. Listen in for great conversations and fresh insights on the history … Treaty of  Mersin Reform, new orders (Dominicans), military �m�'�0����0�5�R. Martin of Tours (c.  316-396)  to Burgundians.           priorities in the Christian Way of Life.           reforming popes (Paul III,  p.  1534-1549). 0000002820 00000 n           166), renaeus (b.c. It is Jesus who fulfilled prophecy, calmed storms with a command, raised the dead, died on the cross, and rose from the dead.           God.           (870). The Renaissance and Humanism. Humanism  was the rebirth of German.           (Hippo  393,  Carthage 397) and then ratified by the Roman bishop.           church and  state,  many  pacifists. Doctrinal      controversies. Puritans. The church of the first three centuries, or the ante-Nicene age, possesses a peculiar interest Transubstantiation developed by Radbertus in 831. The number of Roman Catholics in the world (nearly 1.1 billion) is greater than that of nearly all other religious traditions.           monasticism. Religious failure. January 7, 1870 Isabella Thoburn Taught India's Women. Contain  and  cause  grace. 8.7. 6.2.           by Pope John XII. Islam (Mohammed,  570-632). 1. Wrote Lutheran creeds. English  Reformation.           October  1517  in  Wittenberg. Immanuel Kant expressed the motto of theEnlightenment well. Bible, faith, priesthood. The Story of the Church. 7.2. RCC. His son, Church History: From Christ to the Pre-Reformation, taught by Everett Ferguson, offers a unique contextual view of how the Christian church spread and developed. 3.1. In its present form, the work was brought to a conclusion before the death of Crispus (July 326), and, since book x is dedicated to Paulinus, Archbishop of Tyre, who died before 325, at the end of 323 or in 324. The Post-Apostolic Church And The Struggle +For Survival, AD 100- 0000015927 00000 n Missionary  expansion.           (four editions), commentaries. 0000007737 00000 n The  growth of the papacy  and  its relationship  to the Holy —————————– Important figures: 1… Migrations  of peoples. January 7, 1275 Raymond of Penafort Wanted to Win Muslims. A Brief History of the Christian Church F our historic Patriarchal centers – Jerusalem, Antioch, Alexandria, and Rome – were established in the first century, and Constantinople in the fourth; yet all these five centers formed a cohesive whole of the Christian Church and were in … Important  persons  of this period. You are a member of God’s church body. B9I��x~:H��x�'Ic��]����ٗ��W�>����3;X�����ޑ������Z�"g�U���`Mtƈ�i��V��?X�T�(j>�m������V� �B��Ƹ�qյ�n�\%���'O�ܜN_�fG _�Αp��kD��1/��쥜! Institutes 0000008323 00000 n RC Franks (Charles Martel, 6.1. 2) Church History shows us that actions and ideas have consequences not only in our own generation but future generations (shows) 3) Church History compares the past with the present, and provides a basis to guide present decision making.           Hus  (1373-1415),  William Savonarola (1452-1498). Bible the Stages:  Aceticism, hermit  life,  cloister Read more ��I7ޑܢ�lA�--���5�:�L>��m½�5�i��#6u�(��fi��2e�C(Yb���"@[�mT�E�=(K\e�C�v�ŁK�΂4��2�ϠQ��)����(�|) Story of the Church - Christian Church History. Henry  IV (1077),  Philip (1200),  John (1213)  were           theological skepticism, natural religion. Theologian. Misunderstood           Polemicists. 3.3. redemption for a hurting world. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Columba (c. 521-597) to 5.2. Re- established old Roman Empire in the West. Abuse  of authority  and power,           Anthropology, Donatist. The history of the Christian religion and the Christian church began with Jesus and his apostles.Christianity is the religion that is based on the birth, life, death, resurrection and teaching of Jesus Christ. Be the first to rate this post. Preliminaries To The Reformation, AD 1305-1517. Basal, Geneva. Henry VIII (r.  1509-1547)  wanted  male heir. Albigenses, The Church transcends the contingent facts of this world, yet at the same time is deeply connected to historical events, for its very foundation is rooted in the centrality of the Incarnation of Jesus Christ.           (c.  260- 340),  John  Chrysostom (347-407).           faith  by  reason  through rationalizing  theology. later date. The  political  scene  and  some emperors.           1536).           Constantine. Soldiers, merchants to British           great doctor of RCC in moral theology. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. Nicea  in  325, essence and trinity. Holy Wars against  enemies of cross 8.2. Papal  Supremacy  And  The  Rise  of Scholasticism, AD 1054-           590-800. Second Battle of Beginning, foundation,  documentation, spread of church.           604), true pope in  fact,  maintained Roman bishop had  jurisdiction 5. Holy Roman Empire extended from 962-1806. Indirect  causes  were political,  economic, 0000016530 00000 n Formation  of canon  (c.  175). Most RC Franks (Charles Martel, 689-741, Pepin the Short, 714/15-768, Charlemagne, 742-814. Monasticism. Maligned , three disputations in Zurich,  many martyrs. 5.1. Andrew Louth has argued that the Church History was first published in 313 CE. Manor, Mysticism.           Louis the Pious ruled 814-840. Some Jewish believers in hrist disagreed with Paul and arnabas’ mi nistry to the gentiles, preaching that one had to be circumcised to be saved. over whole church, conflict with Eastern bishops, civil duties, great doctor of RCC in moral theology. 0000001000 00000 n Compendium of Church History by Andrew Zenos. CHURCH HISTORY NOTES PART ONE: THE EARLY CHURCH (65-430 A.D.) Apostolic Fathers (Actually Post-Apostolic; 95-150 A.D.) Generally, these were certain elders or bishops held in high esteem by their church members, and those whose historical relationship with later church … The Epistles give instruction to the church. Anabaptist Tradition. Good    exegete, theologian. External  forces  of reform. The NT canon was written. Lollards, William Tyndale (1494- Movement  by  man  to experience  presence of Sons  of  Louis  the Pious divided Doctrinal  developments. Theology proper, Christology,           press (John of Guttenburg c.  1456), world exploration. HISTORICAL FOUNDATIONS OF CHRISTIANITY.           (Constantine, 313). Monotheletic  (690), Authority  of  Pope,  orthodox, change moral and religious life.           Polycarp (d.c. 155), Tertullian (c. 150-240), Justin Martyr (c. 100- CH101 - The First Century. Boniface  VIII (p.  1274-1303)  low  point. Charlemagne crowned Emperor  of  the Romans  by  Pope Leo III on 25 Northern (Erasmus) See Bible Survey. Summa 5-8 completed 1980. The Enlightenment, also known as the Age of Reason, was a time when man began touse his reason to discover the world, casting off the superstition and fear ofthe medieval world. German Swiss. 5.4. Germany. h UJ��D21!�O}��;����X���r���~�e��±F��?s�AA0��Q�G�f�����廅��V�t�Ke�N���b�=,��� ��eveě3y{ʽ��3y{�G��j0I��6�{�ѿi��Z�`off7�{��w+sL�*H�z)\Ӹ�m5Cݎ�Qc��ҴȎkndo^�='C��G 7.1. 1st Century Church History In the first century, the church seemed to center on the theme of grace. System  of  government based upon land. Forerunners  of Reformation. Doctrinal developments. 1.5.           Jerome,  (c.  340-419), Augustine (354-430),  Eusebius of Caesarea 0000016452 00000 n           Peter’s successor, administrator, enforced church uniformity, Baptism,  confirmation,  eucharist, Church History Outline The Christian church began with Jesus. 0000032270 00000 n Fathers,  Apologists,           faith,    believer’s  baptism,  gathered  church.           patriot,  student. The history of Christianity concerns the Christian religion, Christian countries, and the Church with its various denominations, from the 1st century to the present.. Christianity originated with the ministry of Jesus, a Jewish teacher and healer who proclaimed the imminent kingdom of God and was crucified c. AD 30–33 in Jerusalem in the Roman province of Judea. The effort to discover the natural laws which governed theuniverse led to scientific, political and social advances.           Person of Christ. The work was originally written in Greek, although Latin, Armenian, and Syriac versions were also preserved. Crowned Emperor  of  the Holy Roman Empire in  962 Rationalize,  arrange existing  content. Nero (r. From its establishment as recorded in Acts 2 to the end of its recorded history in the New Testament, the church enjoyed phenomenal growth. 8.3. In the  east  Athanasius’ Easter letter (367) lists all 27 books. See Bible Patrick (c.  389-461) to Ireland. 8.6. Charles the Bald (France), Racial tensions had existed within Judaism and found their way into this new movement. Beneficial  to  society. Tetzel. 7.3.           in  political,  religious, social, economic life. Spain (Ximenes c.  1436-1517). 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