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Emma Leslie Church History Series

Church History Set

12-Book Church History Set - Save 25%

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Includes the Early Church Set and the Medieval Church Set, spanning from the time of Paul to the eve of the Reformation, and including such notable events as the Council of Nicea, the rise of Islam, the Crusades, and the signing of the Magna Charta, and such notable people as Constantine, Mohammed, William the Conqueror, Wycliffe, and Huss.

Softcover Retail Price: $173.40  Set Price $130.05  (Save $43.35)
Hardcover Retail Price: $293.40  Set Price $220.05  (Save $73.35)

Set Includes:

Glaucia the Greek Slave: A Tale of Athens in the First Century

The Captives: Or, Escape from the Druid Council

Out of the Mouth of the Lion: Or, The Church in the Catacombs

Sowing Beside All Waters: A Tale of the World in the Church

From Bondage to Freedom: A Tale of the Times of Mohammed

The Martyr's Victory: A Story of Danish England

Gytha's Message: A Tale of Saxon England

Leofwine the Monk: Or, The Curse of the Ericsons

Elfreda the Saxon: Or, The Orphan of Jerusalem, A Sequel to Leofwine

Dearer Than Life: A Story of the Times of Wycliffe

Before the Dawn: A Tale of Wycliffe and Huss

Faithful But Not Famous: A Tale of the French Reformation

Emma Leslie (1837-1909), whose actual name was Emma Dixon, was a prolific Victorian children's author who wrote well over 100 books. Emma Leslie brought a strong Christian emphasis into her writing and many of her books were originally published by the Religious Tract Society.

Also by Emma Leslie:

Church History Series
6-Book Early Church Set - Save 15%
6-Book Medieval Church Set - Save 15%
6-Book Reformation Church Set - Titles in Progress

Junior Church History Series
5-Book Junior Church History Set - Save 15%

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