Christian History Corner

Ministries of Mercy: Mother TeresaSubscriber Access Only
She stirred a generation by touching the untouchables.
When Billy Graham Went to New York CitySubscriber Access Only
His 1957 crusade proved to be a historic confrontation with segregation, fundamentalism, and mainline theology.
Pure & SimpleSubscriber Access Only
An insider's account of the Amish, Mennonite, and Brethren people's churches.
Pope's Bodyguards Turn 500Subscriber Access Only
The story behind the Swiss Guards.
Delighted by DoctrineSubscriber Access Only
Historian Jaroslav Pelikan (1923-2006) thought theology was too important to be left to the theologians.
Classic Faith for Modern Times: Thomas à KempisSubscriber Access Only
"What Good Is Knowledge Without Fear of God?"
How We WorshipSubscriber Access Only
An ambitious new book takes us into the diverse world of Christian worship practices from the early church to today.
How the Early Christians WorshippedSubscriber Access Only
What did Christians really believe before the council of Nicaea?
Sweet CharitySubscriber Access Only
The Quakers behind Cadbury chocolate.
How We All Think Like AugustineSubscriber Access Only
Take a mind-blowing journey with the great philosopher-saint in this audio course from the Teaching Company.
A Complicated, Consequential LeaderSubscriber Access Only
Michael Kazin's recent biography of Williams Jennings Bryan introduces the 'Great Commoner' to a new generation.
Martyrs to the SpearSubscriber Access Only
Fifty years after five missionaries were murdered in Ecuador, their story still inspires.
A Pen in God's HandSubscriber Access Only
Richard Baxter wrote, preached, taught, and visited his way to become the model pastor.
For Sentimental ReasonsSubscriber Access Only
How the emotional stories of Christian preachers and writers shaped a movement.
Blessing the Church with its HistorySubscriber Access Only
Douglas Sweeney argues for an evangelical movement that welcomes diversity and repents of its blind spots.
A Politician Explains the FaithSubscriber Access Only
One hundred fifty years before C. S. Lewis, William Wilberforce wrote the 'Mere Christianity' of his time.
N.Y. Court: Religious Groups Must Pay for ContraceptivesSubscriber Access Only
Plus: Human-rabbit chimeras, Catholic bishops push for Iraq withdrawal, more on Judas, Pat the "prophet," and other stories from online sources around the world.
Erasmus's Revolutionary 'Study Bible'Subscriber Access Only
The spiritual father of so many English Reformers died at the hands of the church he refused to leave.
Campus Ministry Cambridge StyleSubscriber Access Only
The roots of InterVarsity and other evangelical college clubs.
Physicians of the SoulSubscriber Access Only
J. I. Packer discusses the English Puritans, their quest for holiness, and why they are still worth remembering.

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