A Key to the Knowledge of Church History (Ancient)
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A Key to the Knowledge of Church History (Ancient)

By John Henry Blunt
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, A Key to the Knowledge of Church History (Ancient), by John Henry Blunt
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  • A KEY
    • To the Knowledge of
  • CHURCH HISTORY
    • [Ancient]
      • EDITED BY JOHN HENRY BLUNT, M.A.
        • EDITOR OF "THE DICTIONARY OF THEOLOGY," "THE ANNOTATED BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER;" AUTHOR OF "HOUSEHOLD THEOLOGY," ETC. ETC.
        • "This Gospel of the Kingdom shall be preached in all the world for a witness unto all nations."—St. Matt. xxiv. 14
      • PREFACE
      • CONTENTS
      • CHAPTER I
      • The foundation of the Church among the Jews
      • A.D. 33-A.D. 38
      • Section 1. Definition of the Church.
      • Section 2. Our Lord's Work in the Foundation of the Church.
      • Section 3. The Day of Pentecost.
      • Section 4. St. Peter's First Sermon, and its Results.
      • Section 3. The First Beginnings of Persecution.
      • Section 6. Worship and Discipline of the Infant Church.
      • Section 8. The Martyrdom of St. Stephen.
      • Section 9. Results of St. Stephen's Martyrdom.
      • Section 10. The Conversion of St. Paul.
      • CHAPTER II
      • The Foundation of the Church among the Heathen
      • A.D. 38-45
      • Section 1. The Conversion of Cornelius.
      • Section 2. The Apostolic church in Jerusalem.
      • Section 3. The Apostolic Church in Antioch.
      • CHAPTER III
      • The Extension of the Church throughout the World
      • A.D. 45-70
      • Section 1. The First Mission to the Gentiles.
      • Section 2. The Ministry of the Apostolic Church.
      • Section 3. The First Council of the Church.
      • Section 4. St. Paul's Second Apostolic Journey.
      • Section 5. St. Paul's Third Apostolic Journey.
      • Section 6. St. Paul at Rome.
      • CHAPTER IV
      • Final Settlement of the Church by St. John
      • A.D. 67-100
      • Section 1. Second Council at Jerusalem.
      • Section 2. Development of the Church.
      • Section 3. St. John at Ephesus[5].
      • Section 4. St. John's Writings.
      • CHAPTER V
      • The Primitive Church
      • A.D. 100-A.D. 312
      • Section 1. Causes of Persecution.
      • Section 2. Number and Duration of Persecutions.
      • Section 3. Nature and Extent of Persecutions.
      • Section 4. Effects of Persecution on the Worship and Discipline of the Church.
      • CHAPTER VI
      • The Church under the Roman Empire
      • A.D. 312-A.D. 680
      • Section 1. The altered Outward Circumstances of the Church.
      • Section 2. Internal Trials of the Church.
      • Section 3. The General Councils.
      • Section 4. Intellectual Development in the Church.
      • CHAPTER VII
      • The Early History of Particular Churches.
      • A.D. 67-A.D. 500
      • Section 1. The Church of England.
      • Section 2. The Church of Ireland.
      • Section 3. The Church of Scotland.
      • Section 4. Continental Churches.
      • Section 5. The Church in Africa.
      • Section 6. The Eastern Church.
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • The Inroads of Mahometanism
      • A.D. 609-A.D. 732
      • Section 1. Mahomet.
      • Section 2. The Religion of Mahomet.
      • Section 3. The Spread of Mahometanism.
      • CHAPTER IX
      • The Division between East and West
      • A.D. 680-A.D. 1054
      • Section I. Jealousy between Rome and Constantinople.
      • Section 2. The Iconoclast (or Image-breaking) Controversy.
      • Section 3. The Controversy respecting the Double Procession of the Holy Ghost.
      • CHAPTER X
      • The Church of the Middle Ages
      • A.D. 900-A.D. 1500
      • Section 1. The Supremacy of the Popes.
      • Section 2. Some account of the Popes of the Middle Ages.
      • Section 3. The Monastic Orders.
      • Section 4. The Crusades.
      • Section 5. State of Religions Relief and Practice during the Middle Ages.
      • CHAPTER XI
      • The Mediaeval History of Continental Churches
      • A.D. 900-A.D. 1500
      • Section 1. The Church of Italy.
      • Section 2. The Church of France.
      • Section 3. The Church of Spain and Portugal.
      • Section 4. The Church of Germany.
      • Section 5. The Church of Hungary.
      • Section 6. The Church of Poland.
      • Section 7. The Scandinavian Churches.
      • Section 8. The Churches now comprehended in European Turkey and Greece.
      • Section 9. The Church of Russia.
      • CHAPTER XII
      • The Mediaeval Church in Great Britain and Ireland
      • A.D. 500-A.D. 1500
      • Section 1. The Church of England.
      • Section 2. The Church of Ireland.
      • Section 3. The Church of Scotland.
      • INDEX
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