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Preaching the Insurrection | Christian History Institute
Angry colonists were rallied to declare independence and take up arms because of what they heard from the pulpit. From Christian History magazine.


A Hammer Struck at Heresy | Christian History Institute
What exactly happened at the famous Council of Nicea, when the Roman emperor convened some 250 quarreling Christian bishops? From Christian History magazine.


Pushing Inward | Christian History Institute
Whether he was battling despair or floating on euphoric faith, Hudson Taylor drove himself—and the gospel—ever deeper into China. From Christian History magazine.


The “Shrimp” Who Stopped Slavery | Christian History Institute
Slavery, the most malignant evil of the British Empire ceased largely because of the faith and persistence of William Wilberforce. From Christian History magazine.


Kissers and Smashers | Christian History Institute
Why the Orthodox killed one another over icons. From Christian History magazine.


The Spirit-Bearers | Christian History Institute
If you know a little about Eastern monasticism, you know a great deal about Eastern Orthodoxy. From Christian History magazine.


The Monkey Trial | Christian History Institute
The Scopes monkey trial revealed a great divide separating American Christians. From Christian History magazine.


Ordinary Saints at First Church | Christian History Institute
It wasn’t revivals or eloquent preachers that most influenced pagan society but everyday Christians doing everyday evangelism. From Christian History magazine.


American Pentecost | Christian History Institute
The story behind the Azusa Street revival, the most phenomenal event of twentieth-century Christianity. From christian history magazine.


Primary Sources | Christian History Institute
What type of history do the four Evangelists tell, and what does it reveal about Jesus? From Christian History magazine.