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Illustrated History of Christianity Paperback – Illustrated, 1 Mar 2005

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"A useful volume that would be well placed in any graduate or undergraduate theological library."

"Comprehensive in scope and well conceived"--Baptist Times, September 27, 2001

"A scholar with a profound grasp of his subject. . . . The book's strong points include the solid scholarship of the 180 one- to two-page essays, the 200 maps, and the illustrations throughout. . . . Nothing quite like it is available." Publishers Weekly

"Littell is clearly a scholar with a profound grasp of his subject." Library Journal, May 15, 2001

"Comprehensive in scope and well conceived" Baptist Times, September 27, 2001

"This book will help students and teachers see Christianity on a broad scale and on a global scale."
Theology Today, April 2002

"Aside from well-known events, the reader is reminded of the wealth of creativity of the Moslem civilisation at this period, its mathematics and science being far in advance of that of Western Europe . . . This is a formidable work of reference." Expository Times

"A useful volume that would be well placed in any graduate or undergraduate theological library." Theological Book Review Feed the Minds --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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Franklin H. Littell is Emeritus Professor of religion at Temple University and an adjunct professor at Hebrew University.

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