Married to the Empire
Together, Emperor Justinian I and Empress Theodora I transformed the Byzantine landscape.
How a brilliant monk laid the groundwork for Christian Europe.
Bernard of Clairvaux was a tough act to follow—yet thousands of Christians walked his path.
The Profligate Provocateur
In the twelfth century, an intellectual challenge to church authority proved much more dangerous than a sex scandal.
War: A Muslim Perspective
Muslim response to the Crusades showed jihad in action, and while the grievances have changed, the rhetoric still echoes.
Jan Hus's ideas were so sound, it's amazing they were ever considered revolutionary.
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