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- Author: E.H. Broadbent
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The Pilgrim Church is an alternative "ecclesiastical history" of all the movements within historical Christianity to go "back to the Bible" and simply practice NT Christianity. Broadbent was a member of The Brethren, as was F.F. Bruce, who regarded this book highly. But it is truly catholic in its coverage of all the various restoration and reform movements since NT times.
Table of Contents:
Christianity in Christendom (AD 313-476, 300-850, 350-385)
Paulicians and Bogomils (AD 50-1473)
The Gospel Reaches the East (BC 4-AD 1400)
Waldenses and Albigenses (AD 1100-1230, 70-1700, 1160-1318, 1100-1500)
Churches at the Close of the Middle Ages (AD 1300-1500)
Lollards, Hussites, the United Brethren (AD 1350-1670)
The Reformation (AD 1500-1550)
The Anabaptists (AD 1516-1566)
France and Switzerland (AD 1500-1800)
English Nonconformists (AD 1525-1689)
Labadie, the Pietists, Zinzendorf, Philadelphia (AD 1635-1750)
Methodist and Missionary Movements (AD 1638-1820)
The West (AD 1790-1890)
Russia (1788-1914, 850-1650, 1812-1930, 1823-1930, 1828-1930)
Groves, Muller, Chapman (1825-1902)
Questions of Fellowship and Inspiration (1830-1930)