This episode is a repost of our conversation with Dr. Thomas Kidd of Baylor University (soon-to-be Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary). We
Tag : Church History
History involves change. Change can be sudden, it can be slow, but like taxes and death, change is guaranteed. Working out how and why it happens, as
Contemporary Westerners seem to believe, at least most of the time, that society is either driving forward into new territory or staying the same.
Section 135 It was “a deliberate political assassination, committed or condoned by some of the leading citizens of Hancock County.” That’s
When I heard that traditional Catholic historian Roberto de Mattei had published a four hundred page biography of Pius V I simply couldn’t resist.
Section 133 Minerva Teicher’s Christ in a Red Robe. Section 133 ends what section 1 began. The November 1831 conference at Hiram, Ohio planned to
This episode is a conversation with Dr. Ephraim Radner of Wycliffe College. We discuss a figural reading of Scripture (2:20), the relationship
Section 129 Section 129 is esoteric. It can only be understood by people with temple knowledge. It is also euphemistic. It’s no more about hand
In Ireland, today is the feast of St Malachy, one of the great ecclesiastical reformers of the 12th century. He served for a time as Primate of
What can I say? Evangelicals and Social Action: From John Wesley to John Stott, by Ian Shaw was published last month, I just wish it had appeared
Section 125 From the confines of a jail cell in Liberty, Missouri, Joseph wrote to Bishop Partridge in Illinois that the saints could buy land in
A little bit of Latin goes a long way. Sure, it’s a dead language—maybe conjuring up images of toga-clad Romans or a tweed-suited professor.
A wee-kid Wednesday book review, this afternoon we look at a Christian Children’s book we recommend for your family! I’m thankful for Michael
William Tyndale was taken to a high platform in public view. Bishops flanked him, robed in their priestly vestments. Anointing oil, symbolically, was
Section 124 Joseph emerged from the depressing jail in Liberty, Missouri with an undaunted spirit. He had known since January 1838 that he could only