“Values, Christian.” Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization
David A. Horner (Contributor)
The Encyclopedia of Christian Civilization
is a uniquely comprehensive reference work on the history and impact of Christianity. Bringing together over 350 international scholars and 1,450 entries, this four-volume work spans issues ranging from theology, politics and law, through to literature, art and architecture. The encyclopedia will publish simultaneously in print and online.
- Comprehensive – includes 1,450 entries within four volumes, examining the sources of Christian culture, the depth of its influence, and the reasons for its enduring strength
- Interdisciplinary – a series of interconnecting themes offers an unparalleled account of Christianity including: key theological ideas; global and regional history; worship; society and Christianity; literature; music; art; architecture; education; politics; law, and scholarship
- Authoritative – written by an international team of over 350 leading scholars and teachers from over 24 countries
- International – presents a truly global account of Christianity, with strong denominational and regional identities
- Accessible – an A-Z format offers a clear, concise and attractive layout, alongside sophisticated cross-referencing, an extensive bibliography, and a comprehensive index
- Multi-format – the encyclopedia will publish simultaneously in print and online
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