In The Church and the Eastern Empire, historical author Henry Fanshawe Tozer looks at the church’s influence of the on the social and religious life of the Eastern Empire, from the early period of the first four General Councils to the Byzantine age. Tozer draws parallels to the conflicts among certain nations of his own time, and hopes the reader can gain an understanding of the development of the Eastern Church through this age of Christendom.
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- A comprehensive historical study of the church in the Eastern Empire
- Analyses of various influences of the Eastern Church on the state and vice versa
- A chronological table of events
- The Eastern Empire
- Outline of the History of the Empire
- The Orthodox Church
- The Church, the State, and the People
- The Orthodox Church and the Heretical Churches
- The Iconoclastic Controversy
- The Missionary Efforts of the Eastern Church
- The Monastic System of the Eastern Church
- Separation of the Greek and Latin Churches
- Chronological Table of Principal Events Referred To
- Title: The Church and the Eastern Empire
- Author: Henry Fanshawe Tozer
- Editor: Mandell Creighton
- Publisher: Longmans, Green, and Co.
- Publication Date: 1888
- Pages: 198
About Henry Fanshawe Tozer
Henry Fanshawe Tozer (1829–1916) was an English writer and teacher who graduated from Exeter College, Oxford and became the curator of the Taylor Institution in Oxford in 1869. He was also a traveler who wrote, edited, and translated various works. Among his publications are Turkish Armenia and Eastern Asia Minor and History of Ancient Geography.