A History of the Mormon Religion, Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints, includes founder Joseph Smith, angel Moroni, Lost Tribes of Israel, Golden Tablets, Nauvoo, Brigham Young, and on to Utah
John Calvin, or Jean Calvin, Lawyer, Scholar, Reformer of the Christian Faith, Greatest Theologian since Augustine, Teacher, Preacher. Who was John Calvin and why are his ideas still so important today for Believers in Jesus Christ? Capitalism, Predestination, Double Predestination, his 'Institutes'
15th Century Europe (Christendom): Three Popes; Joan of Arc; Renaissance; Capitalism; Borgias; Savonarola; Gutenberg Printing Press; Dracula; Ferdinand & Isabella; Spanish Inquisition; Christopher Columbus; Erasmus; Slavery; Golden Age of Prostitution; Spain drives Muslims out, becomes super power.
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?
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.
Here is a concise history of the role of philosophy in the spread of Christianity in the first centuries, also contrasting Christianity with 1st century religious perspectives
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 came with strings attached that...
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...
I recently wrote about the life of Martin Luther, the German Reformer. Today I have Martin Luther Quotes to share with you. "The law is a light that illumines and shows, not the grace of God or righteousness and life, but the wrath of God, sin,...
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 Church.