Church History - A chronological overview of Christian history by Theopedia.
Christian History Study Helps - Resouce website on Church history complled by Dr. Scott David Foutz.
Church History - A Church history website by Florida College.
Christian Origins - Internet Ancient History Sourcebook Project.
Church History Timeline - An excellent website covering the major time periods of Christian history.
The Christian Catacombs of Rome - A website dedicated to the Christian catacombs of Rome.
Church History Timeline - A Christian hsitorical timeline by Jeremy Tredway.
Chronology: Jesus to Constantine - A general chronology from Jesus to Constantine.
Christian History - A great Christianity Today site dedicated to Christian history.
Christian History Institute - Comprehensive site including Christian history study guides, and notable sayings in their historical contexts. Christian History Institute (CHI) is a non-profit Pennsylvania corporation founded in 1982. We provide church history resources and self-study material. (For a quick overview, see our brochure PDF). Our aim is to make Christian history a delight to the widest possible audience, using modern media such as video and the internet. We strive to make our output look good and communicate well while sticking to the facts. Christian History Institute publishes books. We are also involved with film and video production (through our sister company, Vision Video). See a list of Christian History Institute productions. A major CHI project is the animated series Torchlighters. (Visit their web page at www.torchlighters.org.) Torchlighters highlights the honor, integrity and life-changing experiences of well-known and little-known Christian men, women and children who in response to God’s call, dedicated their lives to whole-hearted commitment and passionate service to Jesus. Suitable for children ages 8 – 12. Each video is 30 minutes long.
Church History Online - A resource website on Church history.
Church History Timeline - Jesus to Constantine.
Christian History: Global Mapping International Mission InfoBank
Church History: Biblos - Biblos, the Greek word for book and the first word of the New Testament, is a root of "Bible" in English and many other languages, including "Bibel" in German and "Biblia" in Latin and Spanish. Our mission (1) Increase the visibility and accessibility of the Scriptures online. (2) Provide free access to Bible study tools in many languages.(3) Promote the Gospel of Christ through the learning, study and application of God's word. Biblos.com is a production of the Online Parallel Bible Project. This project is privately owned and supported for the express purpose of sharing Bible study tools online. Most of our work is done by volunteers with an interest in using their technological skills to this end. Please see our contact page for additional information. The Online Parallel Bible Project began in 2004 as Bible.cc, which provided a parallel, verse by verse view of 8 translations. Soon, many new tools were developed to support the parallel site. These began as separate sites, but our feedback led us to develop a single integrated platform. Thus, in 2007 several sites were integrated to form Biblos.com.
Church History - Theology Website
Church History Resouces - Tyndale House, Cambridge.
Documents of the Protestant Reformation - A list of documents and photos of the Protestant Reformation.
Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism - Welcome to Orthodoxy and Catholicism: A Comprehensive Guide to Issues and Materials. On this site I have attempted to bring together all the material I could find about relations between the Catholic and Orthodox churches. You will find overviews of all the issues that separate the two sides, church documents, discussion groups, news and so forth. There are currently over 200 links. I have tried to be impartial in every way I can think of. My occasional topic introductions attempt to reproduce what a committee of well-meaning experts from both sides would agree to. In describing the links I have aimed to keep my religious opinions separate from my duty to find and describe the material. Site by Tim Spalding.
Early Christian Writings - A comprehensive list of early Christian writings by Peter Kirby. Early Christian Writings is the most complete collection of documents from the first two centuries with translations and commentary. Includes the New Testament, Apocrypha, Gnostics, and Church Fathers. The "Early Christian Writings: New Testament, Apocrypha, Gnostics, Church Fathers" site.
Early Church Fathers - The resourse website of New Advent.
Early Church Fathers - These English translations are all out of copyright, but were not included in the 38 volume collection of Ante-Nicene, Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers presented by Roger Pearse.
Early Church Fathers - Resouce website by the Christian Classics Ethereal Library.
Enclyclopedia of Early Church History - Glossary, articles, geography by Ecole Initiative.
Early Christian Documents - Resource website of Internet Christian Library.
Foxe's Book of Martyrs - This book by John Foxe (1517-1587) is one of the great Christian classics in English.
History of the Christian Church - Online book by Phillip Schaff.
History of Christianity - Resources provided by Monergism.
Hall of Church History - An excellent, comprehensive resource website on Church history by Phil Johnson.
Institute of the Study of American Evangelicalism - Founded in 1982 by evangelical historians and Wheaton College alums Mark A. Noll (’68) and Nathan O. Hatch (’68), the Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals serves as a center for research while functioning as a program of Wheaton College.
List of the Roman Catholic Popes - Provided by New Advent.
Overview of Church History - Dr. Sam Storms, Enjoy God Ministires
Puritans - List by Monergism.
The Protestant Reformation - Hanover University History Department.
Project Wittenberg - Project Wittenberg is home to works by and about Martin Luther and other Lutherans. Here you will find all manner of texts from short quotations to commentaries, hymns to statements of faith, theological treatises to biographies, and links to other places where words and images from the history of Lutheranism live. Project Wittenberg is the first step towards an international electronic library of Lutheranism.
Robert C. Cooley Center for the Study of Early Christianity - The purpose of the Cooley Center is to explore the historical foundations of the Christian faith. This is accomplished by several means. First, through the Center’s collection, there are numerous volumes and periodicals on anthropology, early Church history and archaeology in the Middle East during biblical times that are available to those interested in conducting research in these areas. Second, the Center’s annual lecture series brings scholars of note to Charlotte to address topics in Old Testament, New Testament and the Patristics, with the intent of correlating textual and archaeological evidence in all three of these areas. Third, the director, curator and fellow of the Center are involved in publication projects, the promotion of research and efforts to make scholarship accessible to a larger audience. Finally, to make research “come alive,” the Center is involved in sponsoring trips to the lands of the Bible.
Writings of Church Fathers: Salem Bible Study Tools - The Writing of the Early Church Fathers is a 38-volume collection of writings from the first 800 years of the Church. This collection is divided into three series, Ante-Nicene, Nicene and Post-Nicene.
Writings of Church Fathers - Resource website of Phil Johnson.
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