Series: Ten Epochs of Church History

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The apostolic age; its life, doctrine, worship and polity by J. Vernon Bartlet1
The post-apostolic age by Lucius Waterman2
The ecumenical councils by William Porcher Dubose3
The age of Charlemagne by Charles L. Wells4
The Age of Hildebrand by Marvin R. Vincent5
The age of the crusades by James M. Ludlow6
The age of the renascence : an outline of the history of the papacy from the return from Avignon to the sack of Rome (1377-1527) by Paul Van Dyke7
The age of the great western schism by Clinton Locke8
The reformation by Williston Walker9
The Anglican reformation by William Robinson Clark10
Ten epochs of church history by John Fultonset

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