“MoreInfo” Bookshelves

Check out these sources that proved extremely useful to my portfolio!

  • Azkoul, Michael. “What are the differences between Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism.” The Orthodox Christian Witness. 27 (48) (1994) [This article detailed the Great East/West Schism and the opposing doctrine of beliefs for each.]
  • Bettenson, Henry, and Chris Maunder, “Documents of the Christian Church” eds. (3rd edition, Oxford University Press, 1996) [The extensive references and primary sources within this book can not be understated! It has proven useful in both the course and in the progress of this blog]
  • Christiansen, Father Cal. “How Can I Explain Transubstantiation?” Northwest Catholic. Ask Father/Bishop, September 29, 2016. https://www.nwcatholic.org/spirituality/ask-father/how-can-i-explain-transubstantiation.html. [This article expanded on the definition of transubstantiation and was useful in understanding Catholic ideology.]
  • DeVries, Kelly. Joan of Arc: A Military Leader. Stroud, Gloucestershire: Sutton Publishing, 1999) [DeVries showcases the intense presence that Joan had in her era and in the history of Christianity.]
  • Hillerbrand, Hans J. “Martin Luther.” Encyclopædia Britannica. (June 2020) [This encyclopedia proved useful for all aspects of my Portfolio related to Martin Luther. I was able to utilize it in both my timeline and my definitions pages.]
  • Janney, Samuel. History of the Religious Society of Friends, from its Rise to the Year 1828. Philadelphia: Hayes & Zell, 1861. [This monograph is useful for an in-depth look into Quakers and their interesting beginnings. This was helpful for my definitions page.]
  • MacCulloch, Diarmaid. Christianity: The First Three Thousand Years. United States: Penguin Publishing Group, 2010. [Being the course text, this book will remain a treasure in my collection of historical analysis! Almost every definition comes from this well-written monograph.]
  • Moretta, John. William Penn and the Quaker Legacy, 2006. [While I only focused on the beginnings of Quakerism, this brief book provided excellent references from the foundation up until the Civil War.]
  • Pernoud, Régine. Joan of Arc By Herself And Her Witnesses, 1982. [Pernoud’s extensive book on Joan of Arc was extremely useful in setting up her timeline, including the aftermath of her death and her eventual canonization in Roman Catholicism.]
  • Riley-Smith, Jonathan. The Crusades: A History (2nd ed.). Yale University Press, 2015. [This monograph provided significant key terms and details of the First Crusade and was helpful in understanding the geographical locations specified in the map.]

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