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What kind of future awaits as? What are our choices? Peter Kreeft looks at Lewis's view of the kind of history we are creating…
Translated from Marianne Beyer-Frohlich, hrsg., Pietismus und Rationalismus (Leipzig, 1933), pp. 19–20.
Thomas Aquinas (1227–1274)
Augustine's Timeless Classic About the Timeless City
A Handbook for "Earthy" Christian Living
From One of the World's Richest Preachers
Excerpts on man's original simplicity from St. Bernard's Sermons on the Song of Songs
Three great Bible truths were central to all of Moody's preaching.
Debilitating gout, poisonous slander, recurring depression—Spurgeon suffered them all. What happened to his faith as a result?
She became an acclaimed abbess; he was one of the greatest philosophers of the medieval world. Yet their fabled love deeply damaged them both.
Despised and often attacked, they courageously carried the slaves' cause for thirty years. Why have these inescapably Christian men and women been forgotten?
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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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