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Church History Boot Camp

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
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Author: C. Michael Patton, (Th.M. Dallas Theological Seminary)

Teachers: C. Michael Patton and Tim Kimberley (Th.M. Dallas Theological Seminary)

An overview of Church history in four parts. This course give people a much needed introduction to the entire history of the Christian church, looking at the major events and turning points that have brought us to where we are today.

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Church History Boot Camp

This course takes you through 2000 years of church history. From the early church to medieval times to the Reformation and on up to the present you will learn how God has shaped His people and guided them as they developed a deeper understanding of His truth.

Church History – Session 3 – Excerpt from Credo House on Vimeo.

Session 1: The Early Church
Session 2: The Medieval Church
Session 3: The Reformation
Session 4: The Modern Church

PowerPoint and Keynote
There are 228 slides that are full of illustrations and pictures that will aid teachers in presenting this in their venue.

2 reviews for Church History Boot Camp

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    evanaustinott

    This was a great intro! I only used the digital audio and didn’t feel like I missed much. This was probably the first time I really felt excited to keep learning about history. They also wrapped it up really well, recapping the history to see how we got where we are today.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    simidaiji

    What a grand idea to coteach church history! I’ve attended several such courses, bit this was the funnest hands down. The Diamond and Silk format added insight and humour throughout the compressed 2,000-year span, and best of all, they gave linkages to explain the causes of different things.
    Not totally accurate, though, as in the fundamentalist-Neo Evangelicalism schism … to attribute it to personal standards rather than ecumenism is anachronistic … that came later. Also, the watershed event in NYC involving Billy Graham was his crusade and not a WCC event as alleged. Small gaffes these, taking nothing from the inspiring impact of the course!

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