Was Easter Borrowed from a Pagan Holiday?
The historical evidence contradicts this popular notion.
The Real St. Patrick
Father of English hymnody
Tattoos of the Cross
During centuries of persecution, Coptic Christians found bold and enduring ways to show their dedication to Christ.
Translating the Gospel in Eastern Europe
Early missionaries Cyril and Methodius gave the Slavic people an alphabet and a chance to worship God in their own language.
Finest nineteenth-century preacher
Evangelical Mentor and Model
Translator of the first English New Testament
The Venerable Bede
Father of English history
Unrelenting advocate for the poor
Quaker mystic and abolitionist
Harry Emerson Fosdick
Apostle to Native Americans
How Will It All End?
Left Behind is neither the first nor the last word on "last things."
The King Is Coming, Eventually
What if you announced the rapture, but God didn't show up?
Mother of the holiness movement
Joan of Arc
Teenage war hero with visions
Unenthusiastic About Enthusiasm
Modern suspicions about charismatic Christianity trace back to controversies over the French Prophets 300 years ago.
A Pastor's Revolutionary Vision
The name August Hermann Francke may not be widely known today, but this gentle and innovative teacher helped launch the modern wave of Protestant missions, education, and translation.
Founder of the African Methodist Episcopal church
The "Moses" of Her People
John of Damascus
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