A new history of Christianity. Green, V. H. H. Sutton Pub. ;, [Stroud] :, 2000.
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Record summary: Written from an objective historical perspective, A New History of Christianity provides the best readable yet scholarly one-volume account of Christianity from its origins to the present day.Chapters cover Christian beginnings, the growth of the early Christian communities, the character of the medieval Church, popular religion, the Protestant Reformation, the Catholic Reformation, the early modern Church, the Church in the nineteenth century, the Church in war and peace, and the crisis of the modern Church. About the author: (wikipedia) a Fellow and Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, a priest, author, teacher, and historian.[1] [2] [3] He was also celebrated for his influence on his student John le Carré when in 1995 le Carré said that Green was one of the models for his spymaster character George Smiley.
@book{green_new_2000,
	address = {[Stroud] :},
	title = {A new history of {Christianity}},
	isbn = {0-8264-1227-0},
	abstract = {Record summary: Written from an objective historical perspective, A New History of Christianity provides the best readable yet scholarly one-volume account of Christianity from its origins to the present day.Chapters cover Christian beginnings, the growth of the early Christian communities, the character of the medieval Church, popular religion, the Protestant Reformation, the Catholic Reformation, the early modern Church, the Church in the nineteenth century, the Church in war and peace, and the crisis of the modern Church.

About the author: (wikipedia) a Fellow and Rector of Lincoln College, Oxford, a priest, author, teacher, and historian.[1] [2] [3] He was also celebrated for his influence on his student John le Carré when in 1995 le Carré said that Green was one of the models for his spymaster character George Smiley.},
	publisher = {Sutton Pub. ;},
	author = {Green, Vivian Hubert Howard},
	year = {2000}
}

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