Turning Points

by Mark Noll     |     Book Summary


Author: Mark A. Noll
Publisher: Baker Academic
Date: 3rd Edition: July 1, 2012
Pages: 326

Book Summary of Turning Points by Mark Noll


The history of Christianity cannot be reduced to mere dates or a simple timeline of events. Yet, isolating key events can build a framework for understanding the important epochs of church history.

In this work, Mark A. Noll sets forth fourteen crucial events, beginning with the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70 and ending with the Lausanne Congress in 1974, that show readers how the church has endured since the close of the New Testament.

This is an introductory work that is beneficial to those new to church history. However, it is also structured to be a great refresher to the most seasoned of historians.





Turning Points

by Mark Noll

[ Book Summary ]



Book Summary of Turning Points by Mark Noll

AuthorMark A. Noll
PublisherBaker Academic
Date3rd Edition: July 1, 2012
Pages326


Overview:

The history of Christianity cannot be reduced to mere dates or a simple timeline of events. Yet, isolating key events can build a framework for understanding the important epochs of church history.

In this work, Mark A. Noll sets forth fourteen crucial events, beginning with the fall of Jerusalem in AD 70 and ending with the Lausanne Congress in 1974, that show readers how the church has endured since the close of the New Testament.

This is an introductory work that is beneficial to those new to church history. However, it is also structured to be a great refresher to the most seasoned of historians.