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How the Early Church Saw HeavenSubscriber Access Only
The first Christians had very specific ideas about who they would meet in the afterlife
Heresy, Salvation, and Jack the RipperSubscriber Access Only
Why heresy trials will have to do, until something better comes along
How John Wesley Changed AmericaSubscriber Access Only
His 300th birthday should be a red-letter day on this side of the ocean. After all, we're all Wesleyans now
J.R.R. Tolkien: Did You Know?Subscriber Access Only
Windows on the life and work of J.R.R. Tolkien
The African Apostles: Did You Know?Subscriber Access Only
The rapidity of Africa's twentieth-century baptism was stunning. There's no better place to see the future of the global church.
Top Ten Reasons to Know Christian HistorySubscriber Access Only
War reports deluge us every hour. Why should we read old news?
"Christian History Corner: J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis, a Legendary Friendship"Subscriber Access Only
A new book reveals how these two famous friends conspired to bring myth and legend—and Truth—to modern readers
Where Have All the Classics Gone?Subscriber Access Only
These days it's a triumph when a movie is simply inoffensive. But we can do better than that
To Spank or Not to Spank?Subscriber Access Only
A 6th-century abbot and a group of 17th-century Calvinist divines weigh in on the issue
All of Christian History in 6 HoursSubscriber Access Only
This audio tour de force is strong meat for a mature Christian audience.
The Amish Come KnockingSubscriber Access Only
UPN's Amish In the City shows us our modern selves in a mirror that is positively medieval.
Romanticism Gone to Seed—Part IISubscriber Access Only
Have the holiness and Pentecostal movements really been hyper-vertical and anti-domestic?
Living HistorySubscriber Access Only
In New Orleans, the saints go marching on.
Fighting Demons In The DesertSubscriber Access Only
How a book about one man's radical quest for God helped to redefine Christian discipleship and launch the monastic movement.
Re-Monking the ChurchSubscriber Access Only
Many Catholics and Protestants are looking back to Benedict for the community and spiritual intensity they can't find in modern culture.
Resources: Go Tell It!Subscriber Access Only
Many are telling the continuing story of the African church. Here are some of the best renditions.
A Protestant Bishop Speaks Out on the Stakes of Public EducationSubscriber Access Only
Why concerned parents should read the 17th-century Moravian educational reformer Jan Amos Comenius.
I'm Dreaming of a Victorian ChristmasSubscriber Access Only
An ageless story reminds us of the values the Victorians can still teach us.
Timeline of the Spirit-giftedSubscriber Access Only
Before Moody, Finney, Edwards, and Mather came a long line of Catholic and Orthodox believers reputed to enjoy "the promise of the Father."

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Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.
Want to Love Your Neighbor? Start By Fighting Your Own Sin.
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