Light in the Dark Places: or, Memorial of Christian Life in the Middle Ages.
by Augustus Neander
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Augustus Neander began his religious studies in
speculative theory, but his changing interests led him to the study of
church history. In his book, Light in the Dark Places, Neander's
as a writer and a historian is tremendously evident; collected within
this volume is an abundance of remarkable information about church
history. Neander shares information about the lives of Christian
individuals and communities during times of darkness and of triumph.
Neander also reveals unknown facts about early missionaries and martyrs
of the church. This historical analysis will provide today's Christians
with insight into the church's elaborate past, so that they may learn
from previous mistakes and embrace habits of
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