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I highly recommend this book for anyone interested in this topic.
Overall while I don't share all the author's thoughts, I must give Jenkins credit for a very interesting, informative, and eye-opening work of history.
This book examines the factors that lead to the demise of Christianity in the Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Good history of a time and peoples that western christians have forgotten the author give interesting insight on how the church could adapt to the new post christian secular... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Steven Nix
A fantastic journey into a history of Christianity that I knew little about.Published 26 days ago by Book and Music Lover
It has some historical value, but it is clear that he has an axe to grind with anyone of a religious persuasion, Christians in particular. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jack D. Gilbert, Jr.
This book reads like an Indiana Jones movie. Wonderful, easy to read, and very though provoking. Easily one of the best books on the history of Christianity I have ever read.Published 1 month ago by David L. Johnson
This is a book I've been looking for, for 30 years now. I've always wondered why Christianity didn't spread into Asia, only into the Roman Empire. Read morePublished 1 month ago by James Kenney
The course of evolution among the people of the Church of the East and the Monophysite Christians shows an alternate development that actually is the natural line of development... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Arden McClure
very good--widens your view of the history of Christianity especially in the mideastPublished 2 months ago by Douglas E Nyhus