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Patrick Was a Christian Missionary

Patrick Was a Christian Missionary

Calendar Articles | Christian History | Christian Living | Default Category | March Articles

Like St. Nicholas, St. Patrick is more readily known through the lens of contrived folklore than through what may more accurately be determined concerning his life and ministry. Accompanying the expansion of Christianity was a desire to demonstrate the superiority of the Christian faith to an unbelieving world. Often nominal Christians developed stories about the heroes of Christianity so as not to be outdone by pagans who, likewise, contrived heRead more...

Ben-Hur: A Christian Triumph

Ben-Hur: A Christian Triumph

Annual Schedule | Calendar Articles | Christian Biography | Christian Living | Default Category | Devotional Literature | Jesus Christ | Salvation & Grace

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 one worthy of being rehearsed on a regular basis, and no season of the year is more fitting for its telling than the Easter season. One of the traditions our family shared when our chilRead more...

Pocahontas' Pastor

Pocahontas' Pastor

American Christianity | Calendar Articles | Default Category | Social Theology

President John Adams indicated that four colonial pastors were responsible for the ideas that birthed the American Republic. The influence of pastors upon the life and development of America, and nations around the globe, is routinely neglected by the irreligious who seek to advance their agenda of secular intolerance against America's Christian heritage. Companies, organizations, and institutions routinely erase pivotal information explaining thRead more...

Harry Hosier: Preacher Gives Indiana Its Nickname

Harry Hosier: Preacher Gives Indiana Its Nickname

American Christianity | Calendar Articles | Default Category

In America, both the white and black communities have lost a sense of the influence that the Christian faith has exercised upon each respective community. Unable to recount pivotal historical details concerning the formative influence of Christianity upon America, the fraudulent claims of secularism and irreligion appear most plausible to the un- or ill-informed. Concerning the origin of the state nickname, "Hoosier," this fact is reflected by InRead more...

Standing Against the King: Bishop Thomas Ken

Standing Against the King: Bishop Thomas Ken

Anglican Churches | Calendar Articles | Default Category | History of Hymns

* Bishop Thomas Ken * by Dr. Stephen Flick Each time the Doxology is sung, Christians should deeply sense the reverence and gratitude its words evoke for a holy God, but they should also hear its accompanying invitation to fidelity to the Word and will of God. In contemporary America, the clergy are less ready to stand against social, moral, and political decadence than were previous generations of Christian leaders. Fearing reprisal from theRead more...