My college professor told us that if you really want to dig deep, read Philip Schaff's "History of the Christian Church."
Although the DVD is not nearly as thourough as this work by Philip Schaff, it will help give you some visuals to make reading much more in depth and thought-provoking.
Though the content is available online, I highly recommend the print version, as it is a lot of reading material and looks nice on the shelf.
My son has recently started preaching and these books are very good study and reference resources.Published 2 months ago by Celeste A. Christopher
I'd like to disagree with the previous 2 star rating issued about Phillip Schaffs apologetical approach to history due to the fact that there are many histories in Christianity... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Edwin Mendez
This was recommended to me by pastor and several friends. Having looked through a couple of volumes, this set I would recommend to a serious bible student.Published 8 months ago by Philip G. Hauck
id like to see more hardbound books bound the old way, instead of what these are,,,which is single pages stuck with glue to the binding,,, bring back the old way I say,,,cheersPublished 12 months ago by MattC
this book is an amazing church history. All who have difficulty reading history I recommend to try Schaff. The way he wrote is great. The customer has customer interest at heart. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Maria
Is Philip Schaff's "History of the Christian Church" dated? Yes, in some ways it is. But what does one expect from a book that was written well over one hundred years ago and... Read morePublished on April 9, 2013 by Doug Erlandson
It is excellent for students of a Bible College in MDiv ot Theology. It gives different information about the history of the Christian church which is rich and worthy of studies,... Read morePublished on February 17, 2013 by msc
8 volumes of christian principles that have guided our lives in today's modern world. You will be amazed with the wealth of information, leadership, guidance that these 8 volumes... Read morePublished on December 23, 2012 by Thomas R. Lower
Yes, it is written in 19th century, and not by Bart Ehrman, or one of the fellas of "Jesus Seminar"
But if you really need a grasp of centuries of Church History you cannot go... Read more