History of Christianity
Current Christian tradtions are deeply rooted in other cultures. So it begs the question: How original is Christianity?
The History of Christianity series continues into the 17th century with sections about Lutherans, Baptists, Quakers, Huguenots, Anglicans, Pilgrim's Progress, King James Version, and Reformed Theology
Jesus lived in ancient times, but that does not mean it was without technology. The world Jesus knew was filled with technology, very unlike what we know today, but amazing technology all the same.
In the 19th Century, we see develop a new, direct relationship between individual Catholics and the Papacy. The Roman Catholic Church now sought freedom from the power of the State. It realized that state privileges...
Why CHRISTMAS in the FALL Season? -OR- a Mixed-Up Calendar System & How the History of Christianity was Confused
The birth of the historical person Jesus, is sacredly held by the Christian faith as the momentous occasion that "changed the world". Although Christmas is a well established Christian tradition, biblical scholars have...
There were three 'gospels' already written, the church was growing and traditions were beginning to develop, so why was there a need for a fourth gospel?
Evangelical Social Reformers combined Social Work with Evangelism. They provided food, clothes, shelter, education, medical care, jobs and much more for the downtrodden while sharing the Gospel.
You just might want to read re-examination this scripture that Christians use that supposedly proves Jesus is the messiah or god in the flesh!
Barnabas' name meant "Son of Encouragement." Truly he was a man who lived a life encouraging others.
The Second Great Awakening ends slavery; Charles Spurgeon, Gypsy Smith, Charles Grandison Finney, Burned Over District, Cane Ridge Camp Meeting, Great Ulster Revival, Seventh Day Adventists, Jamaica
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