Trial and Triumph: Stories from Church History Topics for Discussion

Richard M. Hannula
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What features of Trial and Triumph mark the book out as a specifically Protestant work?

Which figures from Christian history would you have included in Hannula's list? Which figures would you have left out?

Which of these stories do you think is most historically accurate? Which is the least historically accurate? Why do you think so?

Can you draw any conclusions about the author's perspective on Christianity from the chapter titles and themes? What are they?

Which Christian figure impressed you the most and why? Which impressed you the least and why?

Which theological views within Christianity does Hannula consider corruptions of true Christian doctrine? Who are they associated with?

Hannula does not merely praise the figures in his book but sometimes issues criticisms. Who does he criticize? Is he critical enough? Why or why not?

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