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Abingdon Press Christianity's Family Tree - DVD

In these video presentations, Adam Hamilton presents a welcoming, inspiring, vision of eight Christian denominations and faith traditions. Comparing the Christian family to our own extended families, he contends that each denomination has a unique, valuable perspective to offer on the Christian faith. For each group, he gives a brief history, outlines major beliefs, and describes some things we can learn from tradition to strengthen our own Christian faith.
  • Session 1. Orthodoxy 17:58
  • Session 2 Catholicism 17:02
  • Session 3 Lutheranism 18:12
  • Session 4 Presbyterian 14:07
  • Session 5 Anglicanism 16:19
  • Session 6 Baptists 15:39
  • Session 7 Pentecostalism 16:28
  • Session 8 Methodism 16:46
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Review 1 for Christianity's Family Tree - DVD
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Helpful insights but too brief.

Date:January 6, 2014
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InaZ
Location:Belgium
Age:55-65
Gender:female
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The DVD is overall very helpful and gives valuable insights into the eight denominations covered. However, because the sessrions were in the form of Sunday morning sermons, the actual information on the denomination was too brief. I would have liked a little more detail.
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Review 2 for Christianity's Family Tree - DVD
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Date:December 31, 2007
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Ray Roberts
This is a much-needed resource. So many people don't understand how their own Christian faith tradition differs from that of their neighbor. Hamilton leads us toward appreciating our own belief and respecting those of others.
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