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In His treatment of women, as in many other areas, Jesus of Nazareth was a radical contrast to the standards of His times
A Plea for the Poor (1793)
Oliver Cromwell and the Effort to Save the Waldensians
From Love of Self To Love of God To Love of Self for God
While carrying tracts to Union troops, one preacher was seized by Confederates as a spy.
As sincere believers marched to subjugate a continent, other Christians had to oppose them
Courageous Christians who worked on behalf of "the least of these" in the Americas
Excerpts from an ancient Christian sermon
Little-known or remarkable facts about Martin Luther's later years
Stories that reveal Francis's intense, complex personality.
What do you pack if you're going to China as a British missionary in 1865?
Lord Shaftesbury and William Gladstone, like Wilberforce, had Christ in their hearts and politics in their blood.
Whether on her feet or from her sickbed, Florence Nightingale worked to save lives.
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March 19, 1229: Having negotiated a treaty with Muslims for Christian access to Jerusalem, Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II (a reluctant participant in the sixth crusade) enters the Church of the Holy Sepulcher and crowns himself king. But his peace treaty was denounced by members of both faiths, and the same day the Catholic patriarch of Jerusalem pronounced an interdict on the city. Frederick was later excommunicated for making peace instead of war (see issue 40: The Crusades).

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