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The Church in the Middle Ages

Luke H. Davis
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This product is available for pre-order and is due for release on 11 March 2022

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During the Middle Ages the church laboured to build a community of faith. Benedict, Columba, and Francis organized communities in which the Gospel could be preached. Theodulf, Anselm, and Bernard of Clairvaux answered the call to reform that community and theology. And when the church’s leaders drifted from the authority of Scripture, a first wave of reformers in Peter Waldo, John Wycliffe, and John Hus arose to call God’s people back to the grace of God.

 

This was a Church that sought to reign, love and conquest, a Church that wanted to secure freedom, and proclaim the gospel. When that Church fell into corruption it undertook its own reform. Which one of these is the medieval Church? They all are! And in that we can find hope in the God Who loves His Church as we seek to live in His name.

Luke H. Davis

About Luke H. Davis

Luke Herron Davis teaches ethics and church history at Westminster Christian Academy in St. Louis. He has authored books in the Cameron Ballack Mysteries and the Merivalkan Chronicles, as well as ‘Tough Issues, True Hope’. He has also penned lyrics to over seventy new hymns. An ordained priest in the Anglican Church in North America, Luke lives with his wife Christi and their family in St. Charles, Missouri.

Specifications

  • Author: Luke H. Davis
  • Release Date: March 2022
  • Pages: 176
  • Format: Large trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 216 x 138
  • ISBN: 9781527108011
  • Imprint: CF4Kids
  • Category: Young Adult > Young Adult Nonfiction > Young Adult General
  • Series: Risen Hope
  • Read Myself: 12+

Endorsements

Luke Davis has done an impressive job of telling the history of medieval Christianity for young adults through a skilful use of story and traditional narrative. Highly recommended!

Michael A. G. Haykin, Professor of Church History and Biblical Spirituality, The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, Louisville, Kentucky

Luke Davis has written a grand “human” introduction to the Church in the Middle Ages. Focusing on the Western Church, although not ignoring the East, he enables us to encounter many of the leading Christians of the day – Churchmen, dissenters, men, women, theologians, preachers, and mystics. An ideal springboard to propel readers into further study of a sadly neglected period in church history.

Nick Needham, Lecturer in Church History, Highland Theological College, Dingwall, Scotland
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