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The Bridge of History Over the Gulf of Time: A Popular View of the Historical Evidence for the Truth of Christianity

Thomas Cooper (1805-1892)

1. 00 - Preface
2. 01 - Introduction
3. 02 - I. The Arch of Science
4. 03 - II. The Arch of Oliver Cromwell
5. 04 - III. The Arch of the French Revolution
6. 05 - IV. The Arch of Martin Luther
7. 06 - V. The Arch of the Invention of Printing
8. 07 - VI. The Arch of John Wyckliffe
9. 08 - VII. The Arch of Magna Charta
10. 09 - VIII. The Arch of the Crusades
11. 10 - IX. Arch of William the Conqueror
12. 11 - X. The Arch of Darkness
13. 12 - XI. The Arch of King Alfred
14. 13 - XII. The Arch of Charlemagne
15. 14 - XIII. The Arch of Mohammed
16. 15 - XIV. The Arch of Augustine
17. 16 - XV. The Arch of Earthquake
18. 17 - XVI. The Arch of Constantine the Great
19. 18 - XVII. The Arch of Persecution
20. 19 - XVIII. and XIX. The Arch of The Fathers; The Arch of The Apostles
21. 20 - XX. Leben
22. 21 - XXI. Matthew's Gospel
23. 22 - XXII. Mark's Gospel
24. 23 - XXIII. Luke's Gospel
25. 24 - XXIV. John's Gospel
26. 25 - XXV. The Concluding Evidences

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Written by the former skeptic, poet, and scholar, Thomas Cooper, The Bridge of History Over the Gulf of Time admirably sets forth a winsome defense of Christianity. Written as the substance of fourteen years of lectures, at the request of his hearers, Cooper leads his reader across the bridge of history, through the centuries, tracing Christianity. At last, he addresses "Leben Jesu" by Dr. David Friedrich Strauss, discusses the historicity of the four Gospels, and offers some concluding evidences for the truth of Christianity. (Introduction by tzieger)