Tag Archives: Christian History

Bible History Birthdays: Erasmus!

To celebrate our NEW How We Got the Bible Series, we’re also celebrating the birthdays of the folks that God has used to get the Bible to where it is today! Desiderius Erasmus b. Oct. 27 1466 Erasmus, a priest and Greek scholar, published a new Greek edition and more accurate Latin translation of the Continue Reading


We’re proud to announce our new partnership with Blue Letter Bible! We’re teaming up with the renowned online reference library to share our maps and timelines with an even wider audience! Here is a list of specific timelines and maps that are now available: New Testament Timeline Old Testament Timeline (1) Old Testament Timeline (2) Ancient Middle Continue Reading

Best-Selling Christian History Time Lines

List of Best-Selling Christian History Time Lines Rose Publishing is the leading Christian publisher of church history time lines, occupying 7 of the top 8 slots on the best-seller list, according to Bowker Pubtrack. Bible Time Line Pamphlet, Rose Publishing Rose Book of Bible Charts, Maps and Time Lines, Rose Publishing Jerusalem Time Line, Rose Continue Reading

Save 25% On New Summer Titles From Rose Publishing Through Thursday 8/2/12

Christian History Made Easy DVD Study In this 12-session DVD-based study, Dr. Timothy Paul Jones takes you through the most important events in Christian history from the time of the apostles to today. He brings to life the fascinating people and events that shaped our world. This isn’t dry names and dates. It’s full of Continue Reading

2010 Retailers’ Choice Awards – Winner!

2010 Retailers’ Choice Awards – Christian Education category This award is given to the “most significant new life-changing products in the Christian retail industry.” See the finalists at: http://j.mp/dCmpDF This full-color book is a fascinating (and lively) introduction to Christian history from the time to Christ to modern day. In 13 chapters, you will learn Continue Reading

The Real Story of St. Patrick

St. Patrick’s Day is more than beer and wearing green. A 16-yr-old Briton named Patrick was kidnapped by Irish raiders. After six years of slavery, he escaped. A few years later returned to Ireland to bring the Gospel to his enemies. Within the next 30 years most of the country had come to Christ. This Continue Reading