Open Debate in the Openness Debate
It's been centuries since Luther nailed his theses to a church door, but the Internet is reintroducing theological debate to the public square.
Many non- and semi-Christian groups laid claim to the West, but none more successfully than the Mormons.
A Christmas Carol remains the quintessential holiday story, but why?
The Communion Test
How a Humble Inquiry into the nature of the church cost Jonathan Edwards his job.
New and noteworthy releases on church history that deserve recognition.
Bill Hybels and fourth-century preaching star John Chrysostom would have a lot to talk about
Deep and Wide
"A dive into Reformation imagery yields striking new insights, while a drive-by church history overview largely disappoints."
"Church leaders didn't like Pelagius's ideas about free will, but they've never been able to avoid them completely"
Out with the Old?
As rumors of Pope John Paul II's retirement circulate, it's worth remembering the story of the last pope to resign
Revive Us Again
Two recently translated books recount searches for recapturing Pentecost.
'Kill Them All'
The medieval church was deadly serious about eliminating heretical Cathars.
Jan Hus's ideas seem normal now, but in his age they were revolutionary enough to merit death.