Issue 55 : The Monkey Trial & the Rise of Fundamentalism

Originally published in 1997
Issue 55
Subscribe to Christianity Today magazine and get instant access to all past issues of Christian History.
Subscribe Now

In addition to the full archives of Christian History, CT subscribers also receive:

Already a CT subscriber? / Activate your account

Table of Contents
Loading More... Loading More
Free Newsletters
More Newsletters

December 3, 1552: Jesuit missionary Francis Xavier, one of the founding members of his order and one of the greatest missionaries ever, dies awaiting admission to China. Before that, he had converted 700,000 people in Portugal, India, Indonesia, Japan, and elsewhere.

December 3, 1833: Ohio's Oberlin College, the first coeducational college in the United States and one of the first to offer education to blacks, opens. Its unique character was formed as a result of the revival movement of Charles Finney, ...

More from December 3