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Saving the SuburbsSubscriber Access Only
Riots prompt Christians to reach out more to Muslims.
Taizé in the FallSubscriber Access Only
A parable of community.
France: The Ire and the FireSubscriber Access Only
God's people in the midst of the riots.
The French ReconnectionSubscriber Access Only
Europe's most secular country rediscovers its Christian roots.
A Church Largely on Its OwnSubscriber Access Only
Hundreds of missionaries in Ivory Coast pull out after anti-French violence.
One Nation Under SecularismSubscriber Access Only
France's peculiar aversion to public religiosity is rooted in a sordid history of sectarian violence.
'Cult' Report Legally WorthlessSubscriber Access Only
Courts cannot use the 1996 document in decisions.
France: Anti-Semitic Violence Spurs CrackdownSubscriber Access Only
Attacks said to be prompted by violence in the Middle East
Eyewitness to a MassacreSubscriber Access Only
"The bloodbath that started on August 24, 1572, left thousands of corpses and dozens of disturbing questions"
Huguenots and the Wars of Religion: The Gallery - The Inner CircleSubscriber Access Only
Huguenot intrigues swirled around a handful of key figures.
Huguenots and the Wars of Religion: Did You Know?Subscriber Access Only
Interesting & unusual facts about the Huguenots—and their enemies.
The Saint Bartholomew's Day MassacreSubscriber Access Only
Suspicious and scared, the king of France ordered a political assassination. Then the real killing began.
Order in the ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Reforming doctrine was just the beginning of a vigorous campaign to restructure Christian life—at church, at home, and in each believer's heart.
Reformation on the RunSubscriber Access Only
Lacking political protection or religious freedom, French Reformed thinkers forged a unique expression of faith.
Pleading the Cause of ChristSubscriber Access Only
In the Prefatory Address to his Institutes, John Calvin defends both his doctrine and its battered believers.
Getting Serious About SinSubscriber Access Only
No misdeed went unpunished in Calvin's Geneva.
Forgotten ReformerSubscriber Access Only
As obscure now as his tiny native village, Pierre Viret once captured the hearts of the Huguenots.
Escape from BabylonSubscriber Access Only
As repression became a way of life in France, Huguenots faced three choices: convert, go underground, or risk everything to reach le Refuge.
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
World Vision Flips the Script on Child Sponsorship
In the ministry’s first major innovation in seven decades, the children now do the choosing.
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