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Title: The History of the Christian Church
Post by: Michael:D on April 21, 2016, 04:46:48 PM
Church History Lecture/Surmon Series [1999]
by Tom Nelson

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"Someone once noted that history was 'simply one thing after another.' However, for the Christian history represents an amazing story of the redemption of mankind in which our sovereign Lord is seen to be advancing His purposes towards His pre-ordained and pre-determined end. For the modern day believer, this study is crucial for understanding what God is doing in our day."

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Label / Recorded by Denton Bible Church ( - Denton, Texas

Download: Church History Lecture Study Notes (

The Age of Catholic Christianity
ChurchHistory01.mp3 (

The Age of Imperial Christianity (pt1)
ChurchHistory02.mp3 (

The Age of Imperial Christianity (pt2)
ChurchHistory03.mp3 (

The Age of Christendom
ChurchHistory04.mp3 (

The Age of Christendom / The Rumblings of Reform
ChurchHistory05.mp3 (

The Age of Reformation (pt1)
ChurchHistory06.mp3 (

The Age of Reformation (pt2)
ChurchHistory07.mp3 (

The Age of Reason and Revival
ChurchHistory08.mp3 (

The First Great Awakening
ChurchHistory09.mp3 (

The Second Great Awakening
ChurchHistory10.mp3 (

The Layman's Prayer Revival
ChurchHistory11.mp3 (

The Late 1800s to Present
ChurchHistory12.mp3 (

The Rise of Pentacostalism
ChurchHistory13.mp3 (

Mt. Zion General Baptist Church ( is not affiliated with Denton Bible Church but thank them for making this series publicly available through (
Title: Re: The History of the Christian Church
Post by: GregD on April 28, 2016, 02:59:42 AM
I've only listened to the first audio but it is an eye opening experience to hear how Christianity took hold and what those early believers endured to "keep the faith". I look forward to the rest of the series. Great find Mike. Thanks for posting it so we can all learn where we came from and where we're going.