The Council of Trent convened to counter the Reformation. The Council affirmed that Catholic traditions were inspired by the Holy Spirit, revelation did not end with Scripture but continued in apostolic traditions, church fathers, holy approved councils, and the authority of the supreme pontiffs.
Part 2 of a look at the Swiss reformer Ulrich Zwingli and how his education in humanism profoundly shaped his theological beliefs.
The incredible stories of Christian missionaries, including 'Father of Modern Missions' William Carey, 'Father of American Missions' Samuel John Mills, First Black Missionary to Africa Lott Carey, Adoniram Judson, Allen Gardiner, Titus Coan, Hudson Taylor, John Clough, and Lottie Moon in China.
Evangelical Social Reformers ended slavery in America. And they combined Social Work with Evangelism, providing food, clothes, shelter, literacy, education, medical care, day nurseries, kindergartens, soup kitchens, employment bureaus, dispensaries, and athletics combined with sharing the Gospel.
The Fall of Constantinople to Muslim Invaders changed the world. Muslims destroyed the Christian Byzantine Empire. Byzantine Scholars had launched the Renaissance. This article includes a look at Orthodox Doctrines, and the relationship between Orthodox Christians and Catholics, and Protestants.
A historical lesson on forgotten facts surrounding the history of Christianity, as it really happened and the roles Paul and James had at its conception. Free college age Sunday school lesson.
The 12 Apostles were Jewish men who walked and lived with Jesus Christ during his Earthly ministry. The Apostles testified they saw Jesus on numerous occasions after He rose from the dead. 40 days later, Jesus ascended to Heaven in their presence....
The most famous man on earth in 1899 was Dwight L Moody. D. L. Moody was an evangelical preacher focused on charity and evangelism who founded the Moody Church and Moody Bible Institute in Chicago.
The History of Christianity series continues into the 17th century with sections about Lutherans, Baptists, Quakers, Pietists, Huguenots, Anglicans, Pilgrim's Progress by John Bunyan, King James Version of the Holy Bible, Reformed Theology, Calvinism, the Great Commission, Church of England, and Sin
Martin Luther sparked the Protestant Reformation. This is a biography of Martin Luther includes Justification by Grace through Faith Alone; Johann Tetzel sold Indulgences; Martin Luther Disavows Purgatory; Diet of Worms; Martin Luther's German Bible; Martin Luther's 95 Theses; Martin Luther's Hymns.