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From a contemporary translation by Kate Hettasch of Geschichte der Mission der evangelicschen Bruder auf den Caraibischen Inseln, S. Thomas, S. Crocr, und S Jan, Barby, 1777 by Christian Georg Andreas Oldendorp.
John WesIey's last letter from his deathbed
The Waldensian Motto: Into Darkness, Light
From the Reformation to the Glorious Return
An excerpt from a letter of Waldensian pastor Giovan Paschale, who was hanged in Rome in 1560.
She singlehandedly revolutionized the field of nursing, a mission that began with a call to God's service at age 17.
Encouragement for believers sentenced to the Roman mines.
Debilitating gout, poisonous slander, recurring depression—Spurgeon suffered them all. What happened to his faith as a result?
Brief selections from four key books
No matter how great the obstacles, William Carey expected great things and attempted great things.
A look at one year of Whitefield's whirlwind ministry.
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February 21, 1109: Anselm, the Archbishop of Canterbury recognized as the "founder of Scholasticism," dies. One of the most profound thinkers of the Middle Ages, his treatise Why Did God Become Man was the greatest medieval treatise on the atonement. He is also known for his ontological argument for the existence of God.

February 21, 1142: Medieval French philosopher, teacher, and theologian Peter Abelard dies. Perhaps best known for his (chaste) love affair with nun Heloise, Abelard made ...

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