Trial and Triumph: Stories from Church History Setting & Symbolism

Richard M. Hannula
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Christianity

This is the religion of focus in Trial and Triumph.

Germany

One of the central European countries that were the focus of Christian history, this was also where the Reformation began.

England

This is the home of many of Hannula's great Christians, from Patrick and John Wycliffe down to C. S. Lewis.

The United States

This is another site of many important Christian figures in Trial and Triumph, including Jonathan Edwards and David Brainerd.

Missionary Work

This is the practice of traveling to foreign lands to spread the Christian Gospel and make converts.

The Roman Catholic Church

The central religious institution of Christian in Western Europe for five hundred years and a major player for five hundred years afterward, the Roman Catholic Church contained many of Hannula's figures as members and persecuted many others.

Roman Catholic Doctrines

Hannula criticizes Roman Catholic doctrines like purgatory and the veneration...

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