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The death of his wife severely tested Lewis's faith as well as his theology
He bequeathed statements of belief that guide millions of Christians today.
How could Paul communicate his radical message to those threatened by it?
Rejecting paganism, these five Christians helped evangelize an empire.
Today's evangelistic challenge is not all that different than it was for the early church.
The atheist scholar who became an Anglican, an apologist, and a patron saint of Christians everywhere.
The fifth-century theologian answers five crucial twenty-first-century questions.
No Protestant leader in the eighteenth century made better use of print media than John Wesley.
Medieval chronicles showed Christians their place in God's world, from Creation to the end.
His work became the foundation for centuries of Christian scholarship. Was that foundation firm or hopelessly flawed?
When competing ideologies had fragmented Christian thought, Thomas forged a solution.
Evangelicals can embrace a rich inheritance from Aquinas.
As their brethren attacked Muslim fortresses, these evangelistic crusaders fought for Muslim souls.
Jihad means more than warfare, but the sword is central to Islam's texts, its history, and its founder.
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