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Christ the King-Lord of History: A Catholic World History from Ancient to…

by Anne W. Carroll

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Here is a fast paced, highly readable and interesting Catholic world history. It clearly illustrates that Christ is the central figure in all of history. Unabashedly proud of our brilliant Catholic heritage, Dr Carroll examines all historical developments from the point of view of the Church and the enhancement or decline of the influence of the Church upon the historical scene. Whereas most secular histories written today give but a grudging acknowledgment to the role of the Catholic Church in forming Western and therefore modern civilization, this book makes the role of Christ and the contribution of His Church unquestionable. A great book for students, parents, history buffs and educators.… (more)
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A Catholic world history from ancient to modern times.
  BLTSbraille | Sep 8, 2021 |
Here is a fast paced, highly readable and interesting Catholic world history. It clearly illustrates that Christ is the central figure in all of history. Unabashedly proud of our brilliant Catholic heritage, Dr Carroll examines all historical developments from the point of view of the Church and the enhancement or decline of the influence of the Church upon the historical scene. Whereas most secular histories written today give but a grudging acknowledgment to the role of the Catholic Church in forming Western and therefore modern civilization, this book makes the role of Christ and the contribution of His Church unquestionable. A great book for students, parents, history buffs and educators.
  StFrancisofAssisi | Aug 3, 2018 |
Title: Christ the King :
Lord of history : [a Catholic world history from ancient to modern times] /
Author(s): Carroll, Anne W.
Publication: Rockford, Ill. : Tan Books and Publishers,
Edition: 3rd ed.
Year: 1994
Description: 474 p. : port. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Standard No: ISBN: 0895555034 (pbk.); 9780895555038 (pbk.) LCCN: 93-61594
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Descriptor: Religious education -- Textbooks.
World history.
Church history.
Named Corp: Catholic Church -- History.
Title Subject: Bible -- History of Biblical events.
Note(s): Includes bibliographical references (p. 467-469) and index.
Class Descriptors: LC: BX945.2; Dewey: 232
Responsibility: by Anne W. Carroll.
Vendor Info: Baker & Taylor (BKTY) 24.00 Status: active
Document Type: Book
Entry: 19951017
  FGREGORIS | Dec 8, 2010 |
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Here is a fast paced, highly readable and interesting Catholic world history. It clearly illustrates that Christ is the central figure in all of history. Unabashedly proud of our brilliant Catholic heritage, Dr Carroll examines all historical developments from the point of view of the Church and the enhancement or decline of the influence of the Church upon the historical scene. Whereas most secular histories written today give but a grudging acknowledgment to the role of the Catholic Church in forming Western and therefore modern civilization, this book makes the role of Christ and the contribution of His Church unquestionable. A great book for students, parents, history buffs and educators.

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