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The Christian Travelers Guide to France

Irving Hexham (Ed)Mark KonnertPeter BarrsCarine Barrs

The Christian Travelers Guide to France

Irving Hexham (Ed)Mark KonnertPeter BarrsCarine Barrs

$28.99

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224 Pages

- Publisher These Christian travel guides can deepen readers' faith by highlighting the lives of believers, key places, and significant events through the ages. Each guide is organized alphabetically according to the names of cities and sites. With the guide on France, readers can relive the experience of the Huguenots and the creators of such masterpieces as Chartes and Notre Dame.

- Publisher You will relive the experience of the Huguenots and the creators of such medieval Christian masterpieces as the cathedrals Chartes and Notre Dame.

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About "The Christian Travelers Guide to France"

224 Pages
- Publisher

These Christian travel guides can deepen readers' faith by highlighting the lives of believers, key places, and significant events through the ages. Each guide is organized alphabetically according to the names of cities and sites. With the guide on France, readers can relive the experience of the Huguenots and the creators of such masterpieces as Chartes and Notre Dame.
- Publisher

You will relive the experience of the Huguenots and the creators of such medieval Christian masterpieces as the cathedrals Chartes and Notre Dame.
- Publisher

Meet the Authors

Irving Hexham (Ed)

Irving Hexham (Ph.D., University of Bristol) is professor of religious studies at the University of Calgary in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and is a noted authority on world religions. Hexham is the author of over twenty books including Understanding Cults and New Religions; The Pocket Dictionary of Cults and New Religions and most recently Understanding World Religions: An Interdisciplinary Approach.

Mark Konnert

Mark Konnert is an associate professor of history at the University of Calgary and the author of "Civic Agendas and Religious Passion: ChA[lons-sur-Marne during the French Wars of Religion" and the upcoming "Local Politics in the French Wars of Religion: The Towns of Champagne, the Duc de Guise, and the Catholic League, 1560-95".

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  • Catalogue Code 160839
  • Product Code 0310225884
  • EAN 9780310225881
  • UPC 025986225889
  • Pages 222
  • Department Academic
  • Category Reference
  • Sub-Category General
  • Publisher Zondervan
  • Publication Date Apr 2001
  • Dimensions 184 x 127 x 17 mm
  • Weight 0.204kg

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