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Fine-Tuning the IncarnationSubscriber Access Only
A lot of mistakes were made before the church figured out how best to describe Jesus Christ.
American Adventism: The Great DisappointmentSubscriber Access Only
When a New York farmer announced the date of Christ's return, thousands believed him.
Is Christmas Pagan?Subscriber Access Only
Long before Constantine, Christians found ways to redeem local cultures and salvage those elements that naturally pointed to Christ.
How Could Christians Do This?Subscriber Access Only
Why followers of the Prince of Peace waged war.
The Bishop at WorkSubscriber Access Only
Augustine saw himself not as a saint, but as a pastor with a job to do.
The Emperor’s New ReligionSubscriber Access Only
The story of early Christianity’s most famous—and most controversial—convert.
A Pastor's HeartSubscriber Access Only
Even in the midst of his campaign for reform, Hus never forgot the faithful flock back home.
Counter-Culture ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
A look at the radical utopian communities that sprang up across the early frontier.
The Character QuestionSubscriber Access Only
How the church has answered throughout history.
7 Essentials of a Healthy Hospital VisitSubscriber Access Only
To help with healing, speak to the soul.
The Seminaries’ Identit CrisisSubscriber Access Only
Beyond Casual ChristianitySubscriber Access Only
325 The First Council of NicaeaSubscriber Access Only
At stake in the church's first general council was the simplest, yet most profound, question: Who is Jesus Christ?
How Could Christians Crusade?Subscriber Access Only
Why followers of the Prince of Peace waged war.
An Exercise in MeaningSubscriber Access Only
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The Man They Made a MonkeySubscriber Access Only
How William Jennings Bryan won a battle but lost a war.
The Young and the ZealousSubscriber Access Only
How do you change the course of the nation's future? Youth for Christ had the answer: Win over the next generation.

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A Nation on Fire Needs the Flames of the Spirit
A Nation on Fire Needs the Flames of the Spirit
As racism tears the country apart, the message of Pentecost can help the church find its voice.

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