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Holy Week—Christianity’s Most Sacred Season

Listen Within Christianity, Holy Week commemorates the suffering and death of Jesus Christ. Among English-speaking communions, the expression Passion Week is also used to describe the same period of time—the Sunday before Christ’s Crucifixion to His...

Atonement: Suffering in the Place of Another

Listen The doctrine of one suffering in the place of another for the forgiveness of sin (vicarious atonement) is one, generally speaking, that has been dismissed from the mind of the American Christian and remains a matter of ridicule for the secularist. Throughout...

Ben-Hur: A Christian Triumph

Listen In the National Statuary Hall in the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. there resides a full-body statue of General Lew Wallace, Civil War hero and author of the literary classic, Ben Hur. The story behind the composition of this time-honored classic is...

Christian Living in April

Listen The single most important event in early Christianity was the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ. Long before the Church celebrated the birth of Jesus in the Christmas season, Christians celebrated the resurrection of Christ from the grave. In contemporary...

Preacher Becomes First Speaker of Congress

Listen Americans who are willing to exert the effort to know their national origin will be richly rewarded with the proofs of America’s Christian heritage. Throughout the vast majority of the twentieth century, secularists, socialists, and the irreligious have...

John Morton

Listen April 1, 1777 Death of Signer, John Morton John Morton (1725 – April 1, 1777) was a farmer, surveyor, and jurist from the Province of Pennsylvania. As a delegate to the Continental Congress during the American Revolution, he provided the swing vote that allowed...

America’s Bishop: Francis Asbury

Listen March 31, 1816 Death of Francis Asbury Francis Asbury (August 20, 1745 – March 31, 1816) is remembered most for the leadership he provided to early American Methodism. Asbury must not be associated with the theologians of Methodism. Like Jabez Bunting...

Button Gwinnett

Listen Button Gwinnett (1735 – May 19 or 27, 1777) was an British-born American political leader who, as a representative of Georgia to the Continental Congress, was the second of the signatories (first signature on the left) on the United States Declaration of...

March 20, 1781: Seventh Congressional Fasting Proclamation

Listen This post is part of the series: When Congress Asked America to Fast, Pray, and Give Thanks to God March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 7, 1778: Fourth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 20, 1779: Fifth Congressional Fasting...

March 20, 1779: Fifth Congressional Fasting Proclamation

Listen This post is part of the series: When Congress Asked America to Fast, Pray, and Give Thanks to God March 16, 1776: Second Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 7, 1778: Fourth Congressional Fasting Proclamation March 20, 1779: Fifth Congressional Fasting...

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