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looking for church history resources

Discussion in 'Reformed Resource Room' started by alexamasan, Mar 18, 2014.

  1. alexamasan

    alexamasan Newbie

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    I'm wondering if any of you can recommend some good resources for studying on church history. Much appreciate it.
     
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    St_Worm2 Simul Justus et Peccator Supporter

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    Philip Schaff's 8 Volume, History of the Christian Church, is a great one. It runs from the 1st Century to just following the Reformation and is a very good read.

    You can buy it in book form, from Logos (www.logos.com) where it is both readable and searchable, or for free online here: http://www.ccel.org/browse/authorInfo?id=schaff (+ other books by Schaff). I'm fairly certain it's available on Kindle as well.

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    alexamasan Newbie

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    The Hardcover is $85, but the kindle edition is only $2, I jumped on it, thanks.
     
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    You're welcome. Enjoy .. :)
     
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