Discover C. S. Lewis in a new light. Meet the friends, family, and relationships that shaped him in this latest issue of Christian History.
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.
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.
Seven Christian authors who gave us cheerful hobbits, wise old women, sharp-witted detectives, and one memorable lion gave us something more: a vision for all of life. Meet George MacDonald, G. K. Chesterton, J. R. R. Tolkien, C. S. Lewis, Dorothy L. Sayers, Charles Williams, and Owen Barfield in Christian History magazine 113: Seven Literary Sages.
On a rainy night in a concentration camp, a ruthless Nazi general is forced to plead with a condemned Jewish doctor to save his dying son. With nothing left to lose, the doctor refuses to aid his hated enemies. But when he is offered his freedom in exchange, he is faced with an unthinkable moral dilemma. The Desperate offers a provocative reflection on the relationship between justice and mercy and serves as a powerful analogy of God’s sacrificial grace.
What does Christianity’s explosive growth in Africa mean for the church and for the world? This documentary immerses the viewer in the daily lives of African believers and the overwhelming joy of African-Christian worship.
Discover the story of Latin American Christianity from the arrival of Catholicism and Columbus in the New World to the varied Protestant, Catholic, Pentecostal and syncretistic expressions of faith in the present day. Trace the colorful, complex, and conflicted history of faith in the Americas with this latest issue of Christian History.
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.
Briars in the Cotton Patch tells the story of Koinonia Farm where whites and blacks chose to live and work together in the Civil Rights era.
Children of all ages will enjoy this tale of the origin of the Christmas tree.
There is evidence that the Shroud, venerated in France as early as 1350, is the Shroud we see today preserved in Turin, Italy. This program presents the places, the written evidence, the changes of ownership, the various expositions and the first 1898 photograph that changed everything — and brought the Holy Shroud into the realm of modern science and to worldwide attention for the very first time.
In wartime Holland, Corrie ten Boom and her family of watchmakers quietly sheltered Jews in their small house—until Nazis discovered the "hiding place" and arrested them all. This is the gripping, true story of Corrie and her sister's endurance in the horrors of the Ravensbruck death camp, and their sure hope that God is the true hiding place.Starring, Julie Harris and Jeannette Clift.
Robert Carlyle plays Adolf Hitler, the most feared figure of his time and the focus of this Emmy-winning miniseries. Accompanied by an all-star cast, Carlyle embodies a pure evil that no history book could ever describe…deep hatred rooted in the soul of a dangerous man.
Race to Freedom: The Underground Railroad chronicles the dangerous flight of four determined slaves from a cotton plantation in America to the “Promised Land” in Canada.
It is 1775. Henry Felder, a Swiss-German colonist, and his community are suffering under British injustice. Felder is urged by the new patriot governor to write the Articles of Separation from the English King. In the ensuing struggles Felder and his family discover the cost of freedom.
Breathtaking in its scope and scale, The Bible features powerful performances, exotic locales, and dazzling visual effects that breathe spectacular life into the dramatic tales of faith and courage from Genesis through Revelation. This historic television event is sure to entertain and inspire the whole family! Widescreen.
Discover Christmas presents five heartfelt and educational stories about the meaning of Christmas. A Time for Miracles is the true story of Elizabeth Bayley Seton, the first American-born citizen to be declared a saint by the Roman Catholic Church.