History of the Christian Church*

First Period
Apostlic Christianity - A.D. 1–100.

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Volume I

Preface    -    General Introduction    -    Addenda

Second Period
Ante-Nicene Christianity - A.D. 100–311 (325).

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Volume II

Preface    -    Introduction

Third Period
The Church In Union With The Roman Empire From Constantine The Great To Gregory The Great. A.D. 311–590.

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Volume III

Preface    -    Introduction    -    Addenda    -    Addenda (5th ed.)

  • I. – The Trinitarian Controversies.
  • II. – The Origenistic Controversies.
  • III. – The Christological Controversies.
  • IV. – The Anthropological Controversies.
  • Chapter X. Theology. Development Of The Ecumenical Orthodoxy.
  • I. – The Greek Fathers.
  • II. – The Latin Fathers.

List of Popes and Emporers.
Appendix.

Volume IV

Medieval Christianity From Gregory I to Gregory VII A.D. 590–1073

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Medieval Christianity From A.D. 590 –1517.

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  • Chapter I. General Introduction to Mediaeval Church History

Fourth Period:
The Church Among The Barbarians From
Gregory I. To Gregory VII.  A. D. 590 – 1049 (1073).

  • Chapter II. The Conversion of the Northern and Western Barbarians.
  • I. – The Conversion of England, Ireland, and Scotland.
  • II. – The Conversion of France, Germany, and Adjacent Countries.
  • III. – The Conversion of Scandanavis.
  • IV. – The Christianization of the Slavs.

Fifth Period
From Gregory VII. To Boniface VIII. A.D. 1049–1294.

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Volume V

Preface    -    Introduction

Sixth Period
From Boniface VIII. To Martin Luther. A.D. 1294–1517.

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Volume VI

Preface    -    Introduction

Seventh Period
History Of The Reformation. 1517 – 1648.

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Volume VII

Preface

  • Chapter I. Orientation. Mediaeval And Modern Christianity

FIRST BOOK.
The German Reformation Till The Diet Of Augsburg, 1517–1530.

  • Chapter II. Luther’s Training For The Reformation, (L483–1517).
  • Chapter III. The German Reformation From The Publication Of Luther’s Theses To The Diet Of Worms, (1517–1521).
  • Chapter IV. The German Reformation From The Diet Of Worms To The Peasants’ War, (1521–1525).
  • Chapter V. The Inner Development Of The Reformation From The Peasants’ War To The Diet Of Augsburg, (1525–1530).
  • Chapter VI. Propagation And Persecution Of Protestantism.
  • Chapter VII. The Sacramentarian Controversies.
  • Chapter VIII. The Political Situation Between 1526 And 1529.
  • Chapter IX. The Diet And Confession Of Augsburg. (1530).

Eight Period
SECOND BOOK.
The Swiss Reformation.

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Volume VIII

Preface

  • Chapter I. Introduction.
  • Chapter II. Zwingli's Training. A.D. 1484-1519.
  • Chapter III. The Reformation In Zürich. 1519–1526.
  • Chapter IV. Spread Of The Reformation In German Switzerland And The Grisons.
  • Chapter V. The Civil And Religious War Between The Roman Catholic And Reformed Cantons.
  • Chapter VI. The Period Of Consolidation.

THIRD BOOK.
The Reformation In French Switzerland, Or The Calvinistic Movement.

Appendix.

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* Schaff, Philip, History of the Christian Church. This material has been carefully compared, corrected¸ and emended (according to the 1910 edition of Charles Scribner's Sons) by The Electronic Bible Society, Dallas, TX, 1998.