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Dawn of Christianity

Dawn of Christianity How God Used Simple Fishermen, Soldiers, and Prostitutes to Transform the World

By Robert Hutchison
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.19 Stars

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On 6/6 Craig T. Owens wrote: Sometimes when people are reading the Gospels and the Book of Acts in the New Testament of the Bible they forget what an accurate history is presented at a pivotal time in world events. In The Dawn Of Christianity, Robert J. Hutchinson makes the history behind, surrounding, and after the biblical accounts ... A fascinating and enlightening historical account of Jesus for both Bible aficionados and skeptics alike

Craig T. Owens' Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/15 Scotty wrote: If you’re interested in developing an understanding of how the church and this “Way” of following Jesus began, you may want to check out Robert J. Hutchinson’s new book, “The Dawn of Christianity” (published by Nelson Books). This book focuses narrowly on the telling of how the early “Jesus ... A survey of the birth of Christianity ...

Scotty's Rating:

3 Stars

On 6/10 Rich Lewis wrote: I sit with the Jesus of my faith during my centering prayer practice.  I love to learn more about the historical Jesus:  the human Jesus.  What can we know about his human actions?  What was it like for Jesus to grow up in his small corner of his world? Let me share some new things that I learned ... The Dawn of Christianity: Book Review

Rich Lewis' Rating:

4 Stars

On 6/7 Nadine Trimble wrote: Dawn of Christianity by Robert HutchinsonMy Opinion:This book spans the life of Christ through his birth, ministry, influence and cultural movement in the modern times. It is patterned after a historical documentary and with a narrative flare. There are detailed pictures as well as, timelines with corresponding ... Book Review: Dawn of Christianity

Nadine's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/5 Nancy Famolari wrote: The Dawn of Christianity presents the story of the ministry of Jesus and the founding of the early church. The first chapters are devoted to the story of Jesus and his followers. After the death of Christ, the author focuses on the early church through the travels of the apostles and Paul. The book ... A Narrative Account of Jesus’ Ministry Incorporating New Research

Nancy's Rating:

5 Stars

On 6/5 Chris Land wrote: About a year ago, our men's group read up on a book that dealt with church history. One of the things we discussed was the importance of church history and why we should be studying it. Church history has been a topic for some time among evangelicals considering the climate of our current culture. We ... Book Review: The Dawn of Christianity by Robert J Hutchinson

Chris 's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/28 James Pate wrote: In The Dawn of Christianity, Robert J. Hutchinson covers the time from the last days of Jesus to the Jerusalem conference in Acts 15. Chapter 1 is somewhat of a novellization, but the remainder of the book has more of a tone that one would expect from a non-fiction historical book. Hutchinson tells ... Book Write-Up: The Dawn of Christianity, by Robert J. Hutchinson

James' Rating:

5 Stars

On 5/26 Dave Marrandette wrote: One of my favorite subject areas in the realm of Christianity is history. So, when the possibility to review this volume arose, I quickly accepted. However, the book was not quite what I anticipated. Yet, at the same time, it was not disappointing. Robert J. Hutchinson’s The Dawn of Christianity: ... A Good Primer for Early Christianity

Dave's Rating:

4 Stars

On 5/25 Marsha L F Randolph wrote: If a docudrama was going to be a movie THE DAWN OF CHRISTIANITY How God Used Simple Fisherman, Soldiers, and Prostitutes to Transform the World would be it.  Written by Robert J Hutchinson it is an interesting book to say the least. I kept having to remind myself that the book was not fiction.Perhaps ... THE DAWN OF CHRISTIANITY by Robert J Hutchinson

Marsha L F's Rating:

3 Stars

On 5/25 R. J. Rivett wrote: "What did Jesus do and say, in as little as one year and a maximum of three years, that could possibly have had such an impact? How did the community he somehow gathered together so quickly - made up of semiliterate fishermen, prostitutes, tax collectors, wealthy widows, day labourers, and even Roman ... MyBookLook: The Dawn of Christianity by Robert J. Hutchinson

R. J. Rivett's Rating:

4 Stars