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What kind of future awaits as? What are our choices? Peter Kreeft looks at Lewis's view of the kind of history we are creating…
Using his revolutionary invention—printing from movable type—he made the Scriptures potentially accessible to every person.
If Luther hadn't used the new printing technology, would there have been a Reformation?
Early religious TV presented huge challenges, which Pentecostals met better than most.
The tumultuous culture in which American churches waged their religious war
The Rise of Pentecostalism
It was an ambitious and sometimes tragic century in which Christians lived out the gospel.
Interesting and unusual fact about Thomas Aquinas
Crusaders fought many terrible battles in the Middle East, but Muslims started - and won - the war.
Ethiopia shall soon stretch out her hands unto God, said the Psalm. Yet racism in the mission churches clouded that vision. James Johnson (1836-1917) offered a solution.
Evangelizing on-the-go Americans only seems harder than it used to be.
A new CD-ROM offers quick access to the facts of church history, plus interactive quizzes.
The rise, fall, and redemption of the Father of the Information Age.
The Christian Classics Ethereal Library came to my rescue in a homiletical emergency.
I've got Richard Baxter in my briefcase.
Rapid technological change in 18th- and 19th-century England led to violent resistance…by Methodists.
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January 23, 1786: John Carroll, who would become America's first Roman Catholic bishop, founds the Catholic academy that is now Georgetown University.

January 23, 1893: Episcopal minister Phillips Brooks, bishop of Massachusetts, staunch abolitionist, substitute evangelist for D.L. Moody, and author of "O Little Town of Bethlehem," dies. He was considered the most "considerable American preacher of his generation."

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