New Informative Book Unveils the Journey and Evolution of the Church

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Author John Berryman enlightens devout Christians and general readers of the defining moments in its Western tradition to understand the church’s history and story.

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The successful publication of author John Berryman’s “The Bahamas: A Social Studies Course for Secondary Schools (2nd edition)” and “The Bible: A Helping Hand” inspired him to give more to his fans and the book enthusiasts. In The Church: Defining Moments In Its Western Tradition, he invites the readers to follow and understand the history and story of the church as the book portrays its journey.

This book contains a plethora of significant religious historical information. The Church: Defining Moments In Its Western Tradition is an informative and interesting narrative that unveils to readers the journey and evolution of the church. An embodiment of Christianity, the human expression of Christ’s message and the promise to succeeding generations across two millennia, the church provides the framework for the religious, political, and social evolution of Western society and even beyond.

In The Church: Defining Moments In Its Western Tradition, Berryman has written an enlightening masterpiece that reveals the spiritual dynamic which has caused many to marvel not simply that the church sustained its hold over the Western World for close to two millenia, but that its tender shoots survived the upheavals in its Mediterranean nursery over the first 250 years or so of its existence. Readers will learn more of its defining moments that will help them understand the church’s history and its ongoing story.

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About the Author

John Berryman studied African, Colonial and Commonwealth History at London (SOAS) and Ibadan (Nigeria) Universities. He pursued graduate courses at the Universities of Oxford (St. Edmund Hall) and Nova (Fort Lauderdale, USA). He is a local (lay) preacher and organist in the Methodist Church, and has acted as a Scout Leader. A Justice of the Peace, he is a serving magistrate. He has served as Secretary-General of the Bahamas Union of Teachers, and Chairman of the Eastbourne branch of the former Transport and General Workers Union (now Unite).Having previously worked in Belize, The Bahamas and The Turks and Caicos Islands (British West Indies), he presently teaches History, Religious Studies and Philosophy at Bede's Secondary School in Hailsham. Married, with children, he lives near Battle in Sussex, where his ongoing commitment to education is acknowledged in his role a Parent Governor at Catsfield Church of England Primary School.

The Church * by John Berryman
Defining Moments In Its Western Tradition
Publication Date: June 6, 2013
Trade Paperback; £13.99; 284 pages; 978-1-4535-7463-8
Trade Hardback; £23.99; 284 pages; 978-1-4535-7464-5
EBook; £9.99; 978-1-4535-7465-2

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