by Published for the Conference Committee by Longmans, Green in London, Toronto .
Written in English
|Statement||being the report presented to the Conference on Christian politics, economics and citizenship at Birmingham, April 5-12, 1924.|
|Contributions||Conference on Christian Politics, Economics and Citizenship (1924 : Birmingham)|
|LC Classifications||HN30 .C6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 171 p.|
|Number of Pages||171|
Endotes:  Henry M. Morris, The Biblical Basis for Modern Science (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House, ),  Morris, The Biblical Basis for Modern Science,  Susan Pace Hamill, “An Argument for Tax Reform Based on Judeo-Christian Ethics,” Alabama Law Review (Fall ), 3–4. I do not agree with all of Hamill’s conclusions or application . ( views) Science and Christianity by John D. Callahan, This book is about science and Christianity, and it reconciles the two. It is a book about man's place in the universe, with fascinating implications. The book is written for everyone, Christian and non-Christian, and it will challenge both greatly. ( views) High History of. While Islam had a positive social impact during the decline and political corruption of Christianity, its impact has taken a turn for the worse. On the other hand, the modern missions movement and great awakenings have ushered in a time of positive social impact for Christianity—the kind of impact Jesus always intended his church to have. As we will see when we come to the various systems of interpretation, maintaining the proper historical perspective is of utmost particular, two extremes must be avoided: (1) assuming that everything written in the book applies exclusively to our day; (2) assuming that everything written in the book applies exclusively to John’s day.
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Presented in 50 short chapters, each focusing on a critical facet of Christian history or theology, and each amplified by timelines, quotations, and color images, this magisterial account does full justice to the range of Christian tradition, belief, and practice—Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Anglican, Presbyterian, Evangelical, Coptic, Chaldean, Ethiopian Orthodox, Armenian /5(41). indigenous population are converts to Christianity and Islam, it is the indigenous beliefs and values which, mainly, serve as the mediation for their religious and cultural expressions. This indigenous influence has enhanced harmonious relationships among members of Christianity and Islam in the area. The book's copious illustrations form The authors, all leading scholars in their fields, have interpreted Christianity in its widest sense, emphasizing its social and cultural impact and exploring the religious life of ordinary people as well as the rituals of cardinals and kings.3/5(5). History of publishing - History of publishing - Printed illustrations: Although 15th-century printers characteristically were content to exploit the existing book format, their use of printed illustrations in fact produced a new means of expression. Printers used woodcuts to print illustrations by the relief process and experimented with intaglio in copper engravings.