A course to help you learn about the history of God’s Kingdom first-hand through five classic texts.
The history of God’s church and the lives of His faithful servants is
some of the most amazing reading available for Christians today, and
the most compelling of those books are often personal accounts of
accepting Jesus and working for God. Read and study five autobiographies
of noteworthy Christians in-depth through the Great Christian Classics,
Vol. 1. The course:
- Combines 5 powerful classic Christian texts
- Covers significant figures of church history from the medieval period to the 1800s
- Includes The Confessions of Augustine (AD 401), Patrick’s
Confessions & Breastplate (AD 450), and History of the Reformation
of Religion Within the Realm of Scotland (AD 1571)
This course features first-hand accounts of the lives of Augustine,
Patrick, John Knox, John Bunyan, and John G. Paton. You will be inspired
by stories of conversion in the Middle Ages and 18th century England,
as well as tales of missionary work in medieval Ireland, Reformation
Scotland, and the 19th century Pacific.
The newly revised and updated book is the perfect text for this high
school church history course, and this teacher guide includes a detailed
course schedule and all assignments needed for a full year of history.