Tim Nargi

I am a writer with a desire to teach Church History and Theology to those who have little awareness or knowledge of it. I want to bring Christians closer to Christ and help instill a daily hunger for the Word and the Church through studies, reviews, and art. I have a B.S. in multimedia studies and film and an M.A. Church history and theology. I hope to pursue further studies in Church/State relations at Whitefield Theological Seminary. I enjoy early American history, reading, writing, kayaking, and ice hockey. I also write fiction novels and plan to produce documentaries dealing with religious freedom and church history. I live in Colonial Williamsburg with my wife Larisa.
The Split of 1054

The Split of 1054

Introduction Historians often pinpoint the fracture of the Christian Church to 1054 A.D. It is easy to apply such a label when members from the Eastern and Western churches were excommunicating each other. There is a definite act in a definite place at a definite time...