Is there really discord between scientific exploration and faith? Or is there a more complex story beneath the surface? Learn in this issue about scientists who pursued science, not in spite of their faith, but because of it.
This set includes three issues of Christian History magazine — #32: Dietrich Bonhoeffer, #48: Thomas Cranmer, and #117: George Fox and the Surprising Quakers.
Includes these four issues of Christian History Magazine: #115 Martin Luther and the Reformation #118 The People's Reformation #120 Calvin, Councils, and Confessions #122 The Catholic Reformation
This set includes four issues of Christian History magazine — #101: Healthcare and Hospitals, #102: People of Faith, #104: New Industrial Economy, and #125: Food and Faith.
This set includes four issues of Christian History magazine — #37: Worship in the Early Church, #51: Heresy in the Early Church, #124: Faith in the City, and #147: Everyday Life in the Early Church.
This set includes four issues of Christian History magazine — #111: Billy Graham, #112: Heaven, #132: Spiritual Friendship, and #142: Divine Healings.
This set includes four issues of Christian History magazine — #33: Christianity and Civil War, #50: American Revolution, #138: America's Book (Part 1), #143: Bible in America (Part 2)
Christian History #50 covers Christianity's overlooked role in the bold venture to gain independence.
Christian History Magazine #37 covers Worship in the Early Church.
Christian History Magazine featuring Dietrich Bonhoeffer.
This special 40th anniversary edition of Christian History takes the reader on a 100-page visual tour through two millennia of church history. Captivating images and concise summaries overview the main eras of the Church around the world. Don’t miss this unique and stunning celebration of our founder’s vision and of God’s work in ages past.
How do Christians live as citizens of a fallen world? Meet the believers who sought to live faithfully in the world without being consumed by it; sometimes by working hand-in-hand with the state; sometimes enduring its persecution. Discover how they did all these things as a way to follow Jesus—helping to bring Augustine’s “City of Man” just a little bit closer to the “City of God”—in this issue of Christian History.
Discover C. S. Lewis in a new light. Meet the friends, family, and relationships that shaped him in this latest issue of Christian History.
Whether, and how, Christians should go about higher education of young adults for the common good has been a question for centuries. In this issue of Christian History we survey the schools wrestling with timeless questions: How important are the liberal arts? What place does religion have in the university curriculum? What courses and activities best equip young people to be good Christians and good citizens? Discover the Christian story of the university in this latest issue of CH. Available for pre-order now! Will ship by May 31, 2021.
Discover the complex relationship of Christians to money, economics, and the marketplace over the ages in the second issue of our “Faith and Flourishing” series.
Step into the crowded, smelly cities of the ancient Roman Empire and find how the first Christians lived, worked, played, and worshipped alongside their non-believing neighbors. We’ll uncover the first Christian communities in cities like Rome, Constantinople, Ephesus, and Corinth, where believers were the minority and Rome the authority. Images of the art and architecture of the period help tell their story, and five modern interviewees connect us to modern urban ministry. Order yours today!
The Catholic Reformation is a story often overlooked by Protestants. In this issue of Christian History magazine, read how some Catholics embraced "evangelical" ideas and helped usher in a new era.
They were the wars of our grandparents and great-grandparents. Bloody, nightmarish wars that transformed the face of the globe, claimed entire families, and ushered in the nuclear age. As the world fought to save Western civilization, Christians fought too, in battles both physical and spiritual. Their stories are heart-wrenching, challenging, and touching, and there are some stories we’d rather forget. Read them all in this expanded issue of Christian History on World Wars I and II.
As the reform movement spread and splintered across Europe in the mid-sixteenth century, each offshoot searched for and strengthened its identity through various confessions and creeds. On this scene stepped John Calvin, the hopeful priest turned reluctant lawyer who became one of the world's most influential reformers. Read his story along with the story of the divisions, martyrdoms, victories, and disappointments that marked the last half of the sixteenth century in this third Reformation issue of Christian History.
From the monks and mystics who found in nature divine inspiration for moving poetry and art to the hermits and activists who felt the call to live in harmony with the same, you’ll meet a variety of inspiring saints. So head outside to your favorite reading spot to enjoy this uniquely beautiful issue of Christian History magazine.
It didn’t take long for the ideas of Luther, Zwingli, and many others to ignite a sea change in society at large: peasants revolting, priests and nuns marrying, church art destroyed, heretics on both sides persecuted by church and state, and a philandering king whose search for a male heir would birth the Church of England. Read about one of the most turbulent eras of all of history in issue #118, The People’s Reformation, the second in our Reformation series.