The History of the New Testament Church Volume 2
Author: Peter S. Ruckman
Format: Kindle Edition
Publisher: BB Bookstory
Release Date: August 11, 2011
This second volume in Dr. Ruckman's history of the Christian Church continues to draw the sharp distinction between the Biblical Church of the New Testament and the political, religious machine of Rome. Volume 2 covers the revival of Biblical Christianity in the Philadelphian church period: the Reformation in Germany and England, the Awakenings in America, and the worldwide spread of the Gospel during the missionary and revival movements of the Nineteenth Century.
Dr. Ruckman shows you how the Great Apostasy of the Laodicean church period was set up, and how the political manipulation of the Church of Rome set the stage for both World Wars. Drawing from his personal contacts through over half a century in the ministry, you also will read about key figures in the Twentieth Century responsible for the propagation of Biblical Christianity in the last days, before the return of Jesus Christ. Included are brief biographical sketches of the people who had the greatest influence on Christianity from 1600 - 2000.
(Print Length: 508 pages)