The History of Christian Thought
This book is an ideal introduction to the thinkers who have shaped Christian history and the culture of much of the world. Writing in a lively, accessible style, Jonathan Hill takes us on an enlightening journey from the first to...
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This book is an ideal introduction to the thinkers who have shaped Christian history and the culture of much of the world. Writing in a lively, accessible style, Jonathan Hill takes us on an enlightening journey from the first to the twenty first centuries. He shows us the key Christian thinkers through the ages - ranging from Irenaeus, Origen, Augustine and Aquinas through to Luther, Wesley, Kierkegaard and Barth - placing them in their historical context and assessing their contribution to the development of Christianity.
Jonathan Hill (Ph.D., National University of Singapore) previously worked as a subtitler for Sky News, Sky Sports and Channel Five, a Researcher for Prospect Pictures and Production Assistant for NHK Europe, where he was involved in the conception, writing and research of new television programmes and documentaries. Jonathan is also a freelance copy editor and proof reader, and especially enjoys working on Terry Pratchett novels. Jonathan is willing to talk about anything, but expresses a particular fondness for the Blues...
He is the author of The History of Christian Thought; Faith in the Age of Reason; What Has Christianity Ever Done for Us?; The Crucible of Christianity and The Big Questions
Koorong -Editorial Review.
- This Book Is An Ideal Introduction To The Thinkers Who Have Shaped Christian History And The Culture Of Much Of The World. Writing In A Lively, Accessible Style, Jonathan Hill Takes Us On An Enlightening Journey From The First To The Twenty First Centuries. He Shows Us The Key Christian Thinkers Through The Ages - Ranging From Irenaeus, Origen, Augustine And Aquinas Through To Luther, Wesley, Kierkegaard And Barth - Placing Them In Their Historical Context And Assessing Their Contribution To The Development Of Christianity.