Dr. Michael Horton, as part of the bonus material from The Reformation: This Changed Everything, a production of Christian History Institute, discusses whether or not we should view the Reformation as a past event or an on-going need of the church.

Magazine articles • Issue 125 • Aug 8, 2017

Thinking long thoughts

From prison, Christians have produced classic literature that comforts and challenges.

Magazine articles • Issue 100 • Jan 25, 2014

A few of King James’s approved rules for the new translation

James wanted a popular translation that supported standard Church of England usages

Magazine articles • Issue 116 • May 26, 2015

The “Church of the Horse”

What was it like to be an American Methodist when Francis Asbury was alive?

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“He was a wise and useful legislator for the Church, and he watched keenly the interest of the same. He never fought men, but measures. He seldom lost...”

Phillips, C. H. The History of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church in America: Comprising Its Organization, Subsequent Development and Present Status. Jackson, TN: Publishing House C.M.E. Church, 1925.


Why do we pray “Our Father in Heaven”? (1892)

[W]e must add, after saying “Our Father,” these words, “in Heaven.” And for what reason? In orde...