A brief explanation of the Herodian rulers, their roles in the Gospels and Acts, and a helpful chart appended to the end for clarity of understanding
Holy Crusades is about Reconquista of Spain and the Holy Land to protect Christian pilgrims and includes Knights Templar & Hospitaller; First, Second & Peoples Crusades; El Cid; and Pope Urban II.
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.
William Wilberforce and the Clapham Circle of Evangelical Christians abolished slavery in the British Empire and sparked a reformation of morals which ushered in the Victorian Age of England.
This, my friends, is NOT a work of fiction. This piece was drawn from actual research of the topic.
The First Great Awakening was a thirty year revival that led to American Independence. It united the colonies for the first time as 75% of colonists participated with George Whitfield leading the way.
Christianity in the 18th Century saw denominations multiply and theology concern itself with Grace, Repentance, Hell, the Holy Spirit, Born Again, Miracles, Personal Relationships with God, and music.
Who or what is, or was, Lucifer? Christians say that he is 'a fallen angel' and / or 'the devil'. How do we / they know that? Is Lucifer mentioned in the Bible? If so, in what context? Does The Bible say that he is 'the devil'? What is the truth about Lucifer?
About The Great Divorce movie, C. S. Lewis's views on hell, and his ties to the "heretic" George MacDonald (a character in The Great Divorce).
Gospels are deemed by Christianity to number but four. What is a Gospel? Were there more gospels historically? Have more been invented? What else can we conclude? A technical and spiritual analysis.