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Building the City of God in a Crumbling World

Jonathon Edwards: Puritan Pastor & Theologian

William Wilberforce: Fighting the Slave Trade

Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Theologian in Nazi Germany

William & Catherine Booth: Salvation Army Founders

Money in Christian History, Part II

Money in Christian History

Jan Amos Comenius: Father of Modern Education

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William Gladstone
Prime Minister of impeccable morals
Walter Rauschenbusch
Champion of the social gospel
Lord Shaftesbury (Antony Ashley Cooper)
Godly English statesman
William Wilberforce
Antislavery politician
William Booth
First General of the Salvation Army
John Woolman
Quaker mystic and abolitionist
Thomas Chalmers
Unrelenting advocate for the poor
A Politician Explains the Faith
One hundred fifty years before C. S. Lewis, William Wilberforce wrote the Mere Christianity of his time.
The Politicians' Patron
As the Roman Catholic "patron saint of politicians," Thomas More is not quite a model for all seasons.
European Christianity's "Failure to Thrive"
Why Christendom, born with an imperial bang, is now fading away in an irrelevant whimper.
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