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Enjoy seeing 200+ years of early church history at a glance in this illustrated foldout timeline! Covers over 100 key events and people you need to know with summaries and visuals! From the end of the apostles to the 4th century rule of Emperor Constantine, see the growth of the church and the incredible spread of Christianity at a glance!

Early Christian history is packed with names, events, and complicated politics, but what if you could get a solid overview using fascinating facts and compelling characters? This Early Church Timeline is the practical tool you (and those you lead) can use to answer questions and get historical context to any New Testament Bible study. Did you know…?
  • The first church building was constructed in Syria around AD 232.
  • Christians used the fish as a symbol as early as the 2nd century.
  • An aspiring philosopher named Justin was one of the first Christian apologists.
  • A prison diary from a noblewoman and martyr named Perpetua became an inspiration to other Christians facing persecution.
  • A North African theologian named Tertullian was the first to use the word “Trinity” to describe God.
Explore Early Church History Chronologically!

Early church history is rich with stories of conflict, martyrdom, politics, redemption, and triumph. You have history books, atlases, and encyclopedias, but you don’t have a lot of time! Where do you even start? Imagine being able to get a solid grasp on the top 50 events of the early church as you watch the expansion of Christianity, surviving even the ascension and persecution of the Roman empire… all in one solid, expert-researched timeline.

Enjoy exploring concise summaries of the first-century Christian Church in this illustrated timeline pamphlet. Discover the fascinating stories of bishops, martyrs, and theologians who gave shape to church doctrine and provided inspiration for Christians facing oppression for aligning their lives not to the pagan gods of their neighbors, but to Jesus Christ alone. Through clear explanations, delve into the historical context, key figures, and pivotal events that laid the groundwork for Christianity as we know it today. Perfect for both newcomers and longtime believers, our pamphlet provides an inspiring and accessible overview of this crucial period in religious history, inviting readers to deepen their understanding and appreciation of the roots of their faith.

Key Features of the Early Church Timeline: Spread of Christianity AD 100-300 Pamphlet
  • Easy-to-Read: Dig right in! Perfect for adults and young adults, these summaries condense what you need to know about early church history into scannable nuggets that you can quickly learn and understand!
  • Highly Visual: Don’t just read about the historical context, emperors, and apostles… SEE ! This full-color, illustrated timeline has eye catching illustrations and engaging photographs to enhance learning.
  • Fascinating Facts: Did you know that by AD 300, Christianity spread as far as France, Spain, Ethiopia, and Armenia? Unpack incredible facts like this in this pamphlet loaded with remarkable people, events, and places!
  • Flexible Use: For your classroom. For your small group. To handout to your church. This pamphlet is great for group and individual study, and also as a reference when you need to quickly answer a question!
Perfect for:
  • Group and individual study
  • Pastors
  • Youth groups
  • Homeschool
  • Sunday school
  • Church libraries
  • Handouts and giveaways
  • And more!
Additional Info
Item Code 90346
Weight (lbs) 0.3500
Dimensions 5.40x8.30x0.10
Font Size N/A
Page Count 2.0
Release Date Jun 4, 2024
Discontinued Date N/A
Publisher Rose Publishing
ISBN 10 1-4964-9034-7
ISBN 13 978-1-4964-9034-6
Translation N/A
Bible Contents N/A
Series N/A
Case Qty 500
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