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Good News for the 20th Century
Through Wycliffe Bible Translators, the Summer Institute of Linguistics, and the American Bible Society, Cameron Townsend and Eugene Nida changed the landscape of Bible translation.
Søren Kierkegaard
Christian existentialist
Andrew Murray
Leading student in Christ's school of prayer
Oswald Chambers
Preacher who gave his utmost
Victorian Skeptics on the Road to Damascus
Former atheist Antony Flew's admission of the existence of God shocked believers and skeptics alike, but such a turnaround is far from unique. In the 19th century, many leading intellectuals who had once lost their faith ended up reconverting.
"St. Mugg" and the Wrestling Prophets
A modern British journalist gives us timely words from yesterday's sinner-saints.
St. Mugg's Wrestling Prophets, Part II: The "Weird Little Dane"
How a struggling soul built a bridge to Christ for those caught in the world's snares.
From Swamped Creatures to Separated Brethren
Non-Catholics' spiritual status improved dramatically from Unam Sanctam to Vatican II, but where are we now?
Final Solution, Part II
The Nazis planned to obliterate Christianity, too, according to newly published Nuremberg documents.
Beyond Pearl Harbor
How God caught up with the man who led Japan's surprise attack.
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