When a seminarian begins building his pastoral library, he quickly realizes the need to have each of the four historical disciplines well-represented before he enters the ministry. He purchases dependable lexicons and commentaries for his study of Scripture, useful resources for evangelism and counseling and other practical areas of ministry, and a solid dogmatics set. One discipline, however, often remains neglected in the library-building process. What kind of church history texts will he include?
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