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I learned a lot about the Eastern Church, and am very glad that I read this book.
Moffett structures this book in an easy to read format and includes some somewhat unique perspectives - all of which are well cited for reference.
Moffett tells of the thriving Christianity in Persian eras and in the great Mongolian Empire.
This is a very interesting book. I bought it for a class in seminary that my brother is taking. I am not in the class myself but I will probably read parts of this book myself.Published 3 days ago by Philip James Lee
I cannot speak highly enough of Moffett's work. The reader will forgive the appearance of a slight bias by Moffett toward the Assyriac Church of the East. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Matthew
Samuel Hugh Moffett (b. 1916) is one of the leading scholars on the history of the Christian church in Asia. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kurt A. Johnson
I read this book as a follow-up read to Philip Jenkin's The Lost History of Christianity, which, although interesting and insightful in places, I found to be somewhat dull and... Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. Edwards
Moffett structures this book in an easy to read format and includes some somewhat unique perspectives - all of which are well cited for reference.Published 17 months ago by Scott in Maine
Samuel Moffet, the professor emeritus at the Princeton Theological Seminary and former missionary to Korea, has captured a great deal of historiographic evaluation of source... Read morePublished on February 16, 2013 by Mj
I highly recommend this book. This book was recommened to me after taking a Church History class at my church and it has been such a blessing to me and am so thankful for having... Read morePublished on September 15, 2010 by skrapEjack
I've been through three chapters, and the author does a great job of presenting the information in an enjoyable, easy-to-understand format. Read morePublished on September 23, 2009 by BaRoLA Man
I have found Moffett's history to be very informative and well-written. His organization is clear and his writing clear and easy to read. Read morePublished on January 3, 2006 by G. K. Laughlin