Christian History

Issue 21 : Casper Schwenckfeld: Forgotten Reformer

Originally published in 1989
Issue 21
Subscribe to Christianity Today magazine and get instant access to all past issues of Christian History.
Subscribe Now

In addition to the full archives of Christian History, CT subscribers also receive:

Already a CT subscriber? / Activate your account

Table of Contents
Loading More... Loading More
Free Newsletters
More Newsletters

July 4, 973: Ulrich, bishop of Augsburg from 923, dies. Twenty years later he would become the first person canonized by a pope.

July 4, 1187: Saladin, leader of the united Muslim forces, defeats the armies of the Third Crusade at Tiberius, Syria (see issue 40: The Crusades).

More from July 4
close