Are you new to Christian History Magazine or rediscovering this treasured resource? Our catch up bundles are an affordable way to collect all the issues printed since 2011, when the magazine was restarted. Catch Up Bundle A contains issues printed in 2011, 2012, and 2013 (#100-107 and the History of Hell and History of Worship resource guides). Check out Catch Up Bundles B, C, and D to complete your collection!
This full-color, 64-page booklet features the writings of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, Dorothy Sayers, George MacDonald, and others, with daily reflections penned by modern influencers.
An early Roman bishop, a disciple of Peter and Paul, gives urgently needed counsel to the Church of Corinth.
Max McLean’s script for his riveting new play "C.S. Lewis On Stage: Further Up & Further In." Lewis’ magnetic personality, astonishing eloquence and self-deprecating wit come alive in a theatrical experience venturing deep into the soul of one of the most influential thinkers of the past century.
Do you find it difficult to relate to your teenager? Mary Ronan can help. In speaking to thousands of teens each year, Mary has discovered the three things that most concern our youth today: pressure, drugs and alcohol, and sex. Mary explores how the media and popular culture assault our youth and offers parents guidance on how to talk to teens and help them deal with these influences. Her suggestions are built around three major themes: love them, lead them, and limit them.
The Letter of the Churches of Vienna and Lyons to the Churches of Asia and Phrygia including the story of the Blessed Blandina.
The 256-page leatherette-bound companion book is a magnificent resource to provide each participant for the video series. The book covers the same 60 topics as the video series and provides for in-depth study and exploration at each person's own pace.
Have you subscribed to Christian History Magazine and want to hang on to your issues for years to come? This new and redesigned slipcase will keep 15-20 of your magazines organized, protect from dust, and minimize wear and tear!
Christian History magazine #51 covers Heresy in the Early Church.
Christian History magazine featuring the Apostle Paul and His Times. The gods vied for glory and rulers for power, but the tireless work of this man is what endured.
This issue, the first in a three-part series, looks at the big picture of renewal and the marks of revival in church history, starting in an unexpected time– the High Middle Ages. Join us for an in-depth view of medieval revival in issue #149 of CH.
Lilias Trotter left behind the world of Victorian art and fame to serve God in Algiers. You may not know her name, but she left her mark on both the 19th century art world and North African missions. Meet this unsung missionary and artist in this issue of CH.
What did everyday faith look like in the early church? Walk with the followers of the Way as they lived out their beliefs in the Roman world, and learn how their pursuit of godliness can speak into our own.
Join Christian History as we tackle the history of Orthodoxy in Russia and look at the deep and complex context of the ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine. Discover the last few centuries of Orthodoxy in Russia with this crucial follow-up to our 1988 issue #18, The Millennium of “Russian” Christianity.
How much do you know about Erasmus? You might know that he disagreed with Luther, but there is more to this sixteenth century thinker than that! Discover the church reformer, Renaissance humanist, and faithful Catholic who desired to follow the “philosophy of Christ.”
Discover how the Bible shaped the American church, caused conflict, and informed worship and personal devotion in the hearts of American believers. This issue is the second of a two-part series on the Bible in America. Find the first in issue #138: America’s Book: How the Bible helped shape a nation.
This issue of CH dives into the history of divine healing– a significant theme in the Bible and throughout Christian history– spanning time periods, theological traditions, and geographical regions.