Discover early African roots of our common faith. Stories of faithful heroes, martyrs, bishops, and monks--like Tertullian, Augustine, Origen, Perpetua, and Anthony--combine with vibrant images of African art, worship sites, and archeological remains to uncover important history Westerners often overlook. Journey to ancient Carthage, Alexandria and Hippo to find the truths these believers held dear and understand how their impact is still felt today.
62-page study guide
People of Faith: How America's Many Churches Shaped "One Nation Under God"
This issue of Christian History magazine explores Christmas traditions throughout the ages.
Meet the Christian leaders of the late twentieth century who sought to recover from “modern amnesia” by rediscovering the ancient Christian faith. Renew your acquaintance with the early church’s devotional practices, doctrinal commitments, and ways of worship and see how the movements of the past led to spiritual renewal today in this issue of Christian History.
Trace the roots of spiritual friendship—from the early years of the church to the modern mission movement and beyond—and discover the bonds that shaped Christian doctrines, mission, and literature with this latest issue of Christian History.
From the two faiths’ singular foundation to the present day, discover the fraught history between Christianity and Judaism in this difficult but important issue of Christian History.
The world has seen pandemic before—and the church has responded. What is happening today is not new from a historical perspective, and God is still on the throne. Discover Christian responses past and present to epidemics in this special bonus issue of Christian History. PREORDER now - available 8/1/2020!
Discover the modern world’s most famous missionary that you may have never even heard of: E. Stanley Jones. When E. Stanley and Mabel Lossing Jones set out for India, their witness changed the world. Read more in this issue of Christian History.
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.
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.
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.”
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.
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!
47 pg. leader's guide to accompany the video "For Bitter Or For Better."
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.
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.
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.
Walk with Jesus this Lent through this collection of reflections written by the Christian History Institute team.
Featuring newly reprinted issues #3: John Wycliffe, #11: John Bunyan, #12: John Calvin, #16: William Tynsdale, #17: Women in the Early Church, #28: 100 Most Important Dates, #29: Charles Haddon Spurgeon, #30: Women in the Medieval Church, #32: Dietrich Bonhoeffer, #33: Christianity and the Civil War, #37: Worship in the Early Church, #47: Paul and His Times, #48: Thomas Cranmer and the English Refortmation, #50: The American Revolution, #51: Heresy in the Early Church, #69: Charles and John Wesley, and #90: Adoniram and Ann Judson.
This set includes three issues of Christian History magazine — #107: Debating Darwin, #119: The Wonder of Creation, and #134: Science and Faith.
Issue #107 of the Christian History magazine examines the responses of 19th century Christians to the challenge of Darwinian evolution. Read about the reactions of theologians, scientists, pastors, authors, bishops, and politicians as they grapple with the questions of Darwinism in many and diverse ways—ranging from hostility to reconciliation—and learn how Darwinism eventually became a symbol of warfare between science and Christianity.
Step behind the legend and inside the life and reign of “Charles the Great” in this issue of Christian History magazine. Charlemagne revived the Roman Empire in the West and spread Christian civilization across Europe. The scholars in his court preserved the basis of Western culture for generations. And he lived on in legend as the ideal Christian king.
CHM 109: Eyewitness to the Modern Age of Persecution. From China to Nigeria to Peru, modern Christians have suffered like the earliest followers of Christ. This special issue of Christian History magazine tells the inspiring stories of believers who stood with Christ in the face of persecution during the last hundred years. This is a special expanded issue with a large pull out map and first person testimonies. "Continue to remember those in prison as if you were together with them in prison, and those who are mistreated as if you yourselves were suffering." (Hebrews 13:3)