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  • Issue 99
    Issue 99
    Faith & the American Presidency
  • Issue 98
    Issue 98
    Christianity in China
  • Issue 97
    Issue 97
    The Holy Land
  • Issue 96
    Issue 96
    The Gnostic Hunger for Secret Knowledge
  • Issue 95
    Issue 95
    The Gospel According to J.S. Bach
  • Issue 94
    Issue 94
    Building the City of God in a Crumbling World
  • Issue 93
    Issue 93
    St. Benedict & Western Monasticism
  • Issue 92
    Issue 92
    America’s 20th Century Evangelical Awakening
  • Issue 91
    Issue 91
    Michelangelo: Art for Faith’s Sake
  • Issue 90
    Issue 90
    Adoniram & Ann Judson: American Mission Pioneers
  • Issue 89
    Issue 89
    Richard Baxter & the English Puritans
  • Issue 88
    Issue 88
    C. S. Lewis: Pointing People to Reality
  • Issue 87
    Issue 87
    Christianity in India: A Faith of Many Colors
  • Issue 86
    Issue 86
    George MacDonald: Writer Who Inspired C.S. Lewis
  • Issue 85
    Issue 85
    The Council of Nicaea: Debating Jesus’ Divinity
  • Issue 84
    Issue 84
    Pilgrims & Exiles: Amish, Mennonites, & Brethren
  • Issue 83
    Issue 83
    Mary in the Imagination of the Church
  • Issue 82
    Issue 82
    Phoebe Palmer: Mother of the Holiness Movement
  • Issue 81
    Issue 81
    John Newton: Author of “Amazing Grace”
  • Issue 80
    Issue 80
    The First Bible Teachers
  • Issue 79
    Issue 79
    African Apostles: Black Evangelists in Africa
  • Issue 78
    Issue 78
    J.R.R. Tolkien & Lord of the Rings
  • Issue 77
    Issue 77
    Jonathan Edwards: Puritan Pastor & Theologian
  • Issue 76
    Issue 76
    The Christian Face of the Scientific Revolution
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September 19, 821: Theodulf, poet, scholar, secretary of education, and bishop of Orleans during Charlemagne's reign is buried. He wrote hymns, among which his best remembered is "Gloria Laus et Honor" or "All Glory, Laud and Honor / To thee Redeemer King.

September 19, 1853: Baptist missionary pioneer J. Hudson Taylor sets sail from England for China at the age of 21 (see issue 52: Hudson Taylor).

September 19, 1888: Missionary Jonathan Goforth begins a tour of the Henan region ...

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