01956nam a2200421Ia 4500001001300000003000600013005001700019008004100036019001400077020001800091020001500109035002000124035003900144035001900183040009600202043003000298049000900328090002100337092001100358100002800369245015600397250001200553260003500565300003300600504006600633505024500699520017900944590002901123590001101152650006001163650002901223650004601252651003301298651003501331651002601366994001201392999013001404ocn263516110OCoLC20090313074400.0081025s2008 nyub b 001 0 eng d a191931952 a9780061472800 a0061472808 a(Sirsi) a155344 a(OCoLC)263516110z(OCoLC)191931952 a(Sirsi) 249396 aIZ8cIZ8dJAOdBWXdBTCTAdBAKERdYDXCPdNRMdCVNdVP@dPULdWIQdOCLCQdZJIdIAYdNNGdNVS aaw-----aff-----aa------ aNVSS aBR165b.J45 2008 a270/.11 aJenkins, Philip,d1952-14aThe lost history of Christianity :bthe thousand-year golden age of the church in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia- and how it died /cPhilip Jenkins. a1st ed. aNew York :bHarperOne,cc2008. axi, 315 p. :bmaps ;c24 cm. aIncludes bibliographical references (p. [263]-297) and index.00tNote on names and -isms -- tEnd of global Christianity -- tChurches of the East -- tAnother world -- tGreat tribulation -- tLast Christians -- tGhosts of a faith -- tHow faiths die -- tMystery of survival -- tEndings and beginnings aA lost history revealing that, for centuries, Christianity's center was actually in the Middle East, Asia, and Africa, with significant communities extending as far as China. aLCS 2-25-09 18.86 ftu ny zStacks 0aChurch historyyPrimitive and early church, ca. 30-600. 0aCivilization, Christian. 0aCivilization, ArabxChristian influences. 0aMiddle EastxChurch history. 0aAfrica, NorthxChurch history. 0aAsiaxChurch history. aC0bNVS aBR165 .J45 2008wLCc1iB002725088d11/8/2016e3/19/2015f11/8/2016g10lSTACKS2mMAINn17p$18.86q12rYsYtBOOKu2/25/2009