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The Bible Translator Who Shook Henry VIIISubscriber Access Only
What does it take to shake a king? Ask William Tyndale. Henry VIII was a very powerful king, but Tyndale shook him at least briefly—with a power even greater.
What Tyndale Owed GutenbergSubscriber Access Only
Bible Translation TodaySubscriber Access Only
Following in Tyndale's Amazing Footsteps
Augstine' s Account of his ConversionSubscriber Access Only
From the 1961 edition of Edward B. Pusey's translation of The Confessions of St. Augustine. By permission of Everyman's Library and J.M. Dent & Sons, London.
One of the Best Teachers of the Church: Augustine on Teachers and TeachingSubscriber Access Only
Augustine on Teachers and Teaching
Pope John Paul II on AugustineSubscriber Access Only
In an official statement issued in 1986, on the 1,600th anniversary of Augustine's conversion to Christ, Pope John Paul II spoke about the influence of this 5th-century great, parts of whose legacy are still claimed today by millions of Catholics and Protestants alike.
Money and the BibleSubscriber Access Only
A Survey of the History of Biblical Interpretation on Money and Wealth
From the Archives: Selections from Confessions of FaithSubscriber Access Only
Selections From Confession of Faith which all the citizens and inhabitants of Geneva and the subjects of the country must promise to keep and hold. (1536)
The Principle Practice of FaithSubscriber Access Only
How Prayer Was Calvin's Key to Living Well.
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Put Not Your Trust in Credentials
Put Not Your Trust in Credentials
Chris Arnade’s moving account of “back-row America” made me reconsider my own definition of success.
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