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Reinhold Seeberg's "Text Book of the History of Doctrines" is a readable and relatively complete overview of the development of Christian doctrine from the first century until the time of the Reformation.
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This book is a general introduction to Shi’i Islam―specifically to Twelver Shi’ism, to which the majority of Shi’is belong today. It deals with the history and development of this important religion, giving an account of Shi’i doctrines and focusing in particular on those areas in which it differs from Sunni by: Text-Book of the History of Doctrines book.
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It is an indispensable aid and guide in reference work as well as a textbook for detailed study. This nine hundred page work contains: Volume I which is devoted to the historical development of doctrine in the Ancient Church, ending with the sixth century. Master Piece of the History of Doctrines.
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