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?
Find a William Barclay commentary or learn about his beliefs: universalism, the nature of Christ, biblical inerrancy, and more. Barclay commentaries, autobiography, and what they reveal about his core beliefs.
A comprehensive look at the many divides amongst the Christian denominations. Hopefully, this article will help inform those looking for a place to practice their faith. Please enjoy!
The message of Jonathan Edwards (1703-1758), Yale valedictorian at 17; became best loved American preacher, minister, theologian and philosopher; sparked the spiritual revival of America known as the First Great Awakening; his famous sermon Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God; Be afraid of Hell
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!
William Wilberforce and the Clapham Circle of Evangelical Christians abolished the slave trade and then slavery itself in the British Empire and sparked a reformation of morals and manners which ushered in the Victorian Age of England. Wilberforce, the greatest social reformer in world history.
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.
Western Rome in the 6th century was in disarray. The once unified and powerful Roman Empire was no more, as Italy saw itself beset by invading barbarian tribes and isolated from Eastern Rome’s center of power, Constantinople. After 476, the...
There arose a great controversy over icons in the Eastern Church in the 7th and 8th centuries. Everyone, from simple believers to emperors, got involved. The argument began because of criticism of icons by Muslims. People against icons became known as iconoclasts; those for are called iconophiles.
Jan Hus, priest, preacher; and professor at Prague University in Bohemia, excommunicated in 1411 by the pope, which started a riot among his supporters. The entire city of Prague was then excommunicated.His followers, the “Hussites”, later known as the Moravians, founded the national Czech...