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John Bunyan: The Man, Preacher and Author | Christian History Institute
The life and influence of John Bunyan. From Christian History magazine.


The Life and Times of John Calvin | Christian History Institute
As Shakespeare wrote, “Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” John Calvin was certainly not born great. From Christian History magazine.


Seeking a Better Way | Christian History Institute
The pain and damage of Christian divisions and international warfare affected Comenius and his church both directly and disastrously: His prodigious energy and gifts were obsessively employed to change the way the world and church worked. From Christian History magazine


Money and the Bible | Christian History Institute
A Survey of the History of Biblical Interpretation on money and wealth. From Christian History magazine.


Augustine’s Life and Times | Christian History Institute
The world of st. Augustine. From Christian History magazine.


A Man for All People | Christian History Institute
Introducing William Tyndale. From Christian History magazine.


The Neglected History of Women in the Early Church | Christian History Institute
A number of prominent leaders, scholars, and benefactors of the early church were women and, despite neglect by many modern historians, the diligent researcher can still uncover a rich history. From Christian History magazine.


Of Mass Baptisms | Christian History Institute
Can a king-ordered mass baptism of his nation’s citizens really bring about their genuine conversion to Christ? Vladimir of Kiev. From Christian History magazine.


The Urge for Poverty | Christian History Institute
Christian Asceticism from the Early Church Through the Reformation. From Christian History magazine.


Charles Grandison Finney: Father of American Revivalism | Christian History Institute
Like him or loath him, no one can deny Finney’s influence on revival thinking. From Christian History magazine.