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The difficult choices of Dietrich Bonhoeffer show that, in extreme circumstances, the path to peace may not always be paved with clear ethical answers.
Lewis‘s private correspondence was as prolific as his writing for publication. Here are some samples of his letters.
How God caught up with the man who led Japan's surprise attack.
The Nazis planned to obliterate Christianity, too, according to newly published Nuremberg documents.
World War II preacher points America back to the nation's soul.
German theologian and resister
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On the eve of World War II, John Sung swept China and South East Asia with revival, a final preparation for Christianity underground
The history of Christian relationships with the Jews has both its bright spots and its dark corners.
How hardship steeled the Greatest Generation for their greatest challenge.
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October 18, 1405: Enea Silvio Piccolomini (a.k.a. Pope Pius II) is born at Corsignano, Italy. Though faulted for taking radical and sometimes contradictory positions on issues, he was one of the best popes of his age: he wrote an important study of geography and ethnography, a popular love story, and an autobiography. He died in 1464 while planning a battle against the Turks, who controlled Constantinople.

October 18, 1685: French King Louis XIV issues the Edict of Fontainebleu, which revokes the ...

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