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The information is well researched and written and very interesting.
With these cautions, I highly recommend MacCulloch's book to those who want more information on, and understanding of, the vast sweep of Christian history.
It is hard to write a review of this book because I have been reading it sporadically for more than 2 years and just finished today.
The book itself is excellent. It’s well written and very interesting. Specifically about the Kindle version, the format is far better than most Kindle books I’ve read. Read morePublished 17 days ago by taksez
"Argumentative opinion designed in an attempt to reconfigure the paradigm of Christianity" (alternative title)Published 1 month ago by John Paul Fraites
What a fabulous writer - lucid, compelling,thrilling, authoritative. A history which had me both excited and enthralled from beginning to end . ( NY Times best seller list!)Published 1 month ago by D. Smith
I purchased this book because I am a Christian and I wanted to learn more about the history of the Christian Church. I am in search of facts. Read morePublished 2 months ago by CaptainMike
this is sort of a historical account of Christianity by a former Christian who no longer believes. Lots of good facts, and dates and description of Christian history in Europe. Read morePublished 2 months ago by W. Sid Vogel
Too long & detailed for an average reader. Long words... Have a dictionary handy. Very little about United States Christian history.Published 2 months ago by Mary C. Downward
It's very good for the roots of Christianity. It covers the first thousand years B.C., the Greek politics and religion very well.Published 2 months ago by James White
The historian has declared his bias (Anglican upbringing) but avoided atttacks on other forms of religion. Perhaps he shows how far we have come in three thousand years. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer