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Little-known or remarkable facts about worship in the early church
Little-known or remarkable facts about George Whitefield
No activity shaped Puritans more than their "plain" preaching. Here's what it was like.
Irish monks and nuns are famous for their spiritual heroics.
Spiritual Wisdom of the Desert Fathers
Modern Christian hermits still look to him for inspiration, as did the entire Middle Ages, but today we hardly know him. What did the illiterate recluse, known as Antony of the Desert, do to earn such adulation?
What monks meant by fasting, and what they ate when they didn't.
Why thousands of early Christians took up the monastic way.
Jerome was a disciplined ascetic who was on top of current affairs.
Basics of a foreign faith
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June 22, 431: The Third Ecumenical Council opens in Ephesus to condemn Nestorianism, which holds that Christ was two separate persons rather than one person with two natures (see issue 51: Heresy in the Early Church).

June 22, 1714: Matthew Henry, English Presbyterian pastor and Bible commentator, dies. His work is still published as Matthew Henry's Commentary.

June 22, 1750: Colonial preacher Jonathan Edwards is dismissed from his Massachusetts pastorate for pursuing tests for church membership (see ...

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