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Making sense of the colorful, complex tapestry of Amish, Mennonites, and Brethren.
Interesting and unusual facts about America's Anabaptists
How America's plain people first arose in Europe as a discipleship movement repressed by the state church.
Ever wonder what the plain people's churches look and feel like? Here's an insider account.
Why have American Anabaptists lived in protest against the modern world?
In the late 19th and early 20th century, modernity caught up with the Anabaptists.
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George MacDonald's legacy is his reminder that we are creative beings because we are made in the image of a Creator.
For George MacDonald, belief in God and obedience to God went hand in hand.
Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Alexander Solzhenitsyn, and John Bunyan.
George MacDonald's friends worked to reform society, challenge the church, and inspire the imagination.
George MacDonald embraced all experiences, both joys and hardships, as vehicles of grace—and inspired others to do the same.
More was decided at the Council of Nicaea than the nature of Christ.
Did the Nicene Creed distort the pure gospel, or did it embody and protect it?
It took almost 60 years for the church to make Nicaea its standard of faith.
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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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