History of the Early Church Student Guide
Students are invited to continue on from a historical study of the Hebrew people to an investigation of the history of the church. This was so evidently necessary to Christians of the 4th century that one of their own, Eusebius, the bishop of Caesarea, wrote the fist book to recount the struggles and victories of the first followers of Christ. Students can now dedicate and entire year to learning the material those Chistians began investigating almost 1,700 years ago.
In this course, Henry Chadwick's The Early Church is used as the main text. Students are directed to Eusebius' History of the Church when ancient testimony is appropriate.
This high school course from Memoria Press aides students through a study of the book The Early Church by Henry Chadwick (# 059980). The student guide works through Chadwick's book in 18 chapters. These chapters include definitions of important terms encountered, reading questions, primary reading questions and discussion questions. The reading questions deal with the text by Chadwick while the primary reading questions are a supplement drawn primarily from Eusebius' writings. The teacher guide contains reduced student pages with answers filled in and teaching notes in the margins. There are suggestions for using the course as either a 15-,18 week or a full-year study. It also has testing: 3 tests that cover about 5 chapters each and a final exam. Test answers are also included. The student guide is consumable but permission is not granted to reproduce any portion. ~ Zach