The Cambridge History of Christianity offers a comprehensive chronological account of the development of Christianity in all its aspects - theological, intellectual, social, political, regional, global -from its beginnings to the present day. Each volume makes a substantial contribution in its own right to the scholarship of its period and the complete History constitutes a major work of academic reference. Far from being merely a history of Western European Christianity and its offshoots, the History aims to provide a global perspective. Eastern and Coptic Christianity are given full consideration from the early period onwards, and later, African, Far Eastern, New World, South Asian and other non-European developments in Christianity receive proper coverage. The volumes cover popular piety and non-formal expressions of Christian faith and treat the sociology of Christian formation, worship and devotion in a broad cultural context. The question of relations between Christianity and other major faiths is also kept in sight throughout. The History will provide an invaluable resource for scholars and students alike.
List of volumes:
Origins to Constantine eDITED by MARGAReT M. MITcHELL AND FRANcEs m. young Constantine to c. 600 edited by augustine cAsiDAy and Frederick w. norris Early Medieval Christianity c. 600-c. 1100 edited by thomas noble and julia smith
Christianity in Western Europe c. 1100-c. 1500 EDITED by MIRI RubIN AND wALTER siMoN
EDITED by MicHAEL ANgoLD Reform and Expansion 1500-1660 edited by ronnie po-cHiA hsia Enlightenment, Reawakening and Revolution 1660-1815 EDITED by sTEwART J. bRowN AND TIMGTHy TAckETT World Christianities c. 1815-1914 EDITED by BRIAN sTANLEÏ AND sHERIDAN GILLEy World Christianities c. 1914 to c. 2000 EDITED by HuGH McLEoD
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