Church History Time Line – Catholic

Here is, finally, a Catholic perspective on Church history. This time, the ‘true’ ones are, obviously, the Catholics.

(Click to enlarge.)

Source: HERE.

Author: DanutM

Anglican theologian. Former Director for Faith and Development Middle East and Eastern Europe Region of World Vision International

2 thoughts on “Church History Time Line – Catholic”

  1. DANUT, just you do not get MIS-understood (as often happens here on this blog) eu as recomanda sa precizezi ce inseamna, sau chiar, ce nu inseamna sa fii Catolic in credinta Crestina.

    I understand being “catholic” (used as an adjective) as not being the same as Roman-Catholic (used as a noun, most of the time).

    The catholic Christian Faith is the faith that has been taugh by Christ and the Apostles, the faith that exists in all communities that call on the name of the Lord (the universal Christian Faith).

    That’s all I wanted to specify (precizez).

    For a further READ … pls look this book up … “The Catholicity of the Reformation” by Carl E. Braaten and Robert W. Jenson (Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1996).

    When you visit me in Denmark, I can lend it to you Danut.

    I found on Amazon this interesting book on the same topic -> “Catholicity and Heresy in the Early Church” by M. J. Edwards (Ashgate Publishin, 2009)


  2. Here is a clarification from Danut:

    From: Danut Manastireanu
    Date: Thu, Feb 18, 2010 at 10:03 AM
    Subject: Fw: [Persona] Te rog moderează: “Church History Time Line – Catholic”
    To: Gabriel Borlean

    I cannot access my comments from where I am.

    I have used Catholic, with capital C and I meant Roman Catholic.


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