Huldrych Zwingli: His Path to Reformation
From outlaws to patriots
The early story of Baptists in America
March to freedom
African American Baptists forged a strong identity in the face of oppression
Multiplying by dividing (again)
Baptists wrestle with fundamentalism and liberalism
“That’s where I used to go to church”
Black Baptists and white Baptists shared something important in the twentieth century: a penchant for splitting
Today in History
“Our unbearable political and economic situation is the fault of the bishops and their huge wealth.”
Date from: The History of Gustavus Vasa, King of Sweden. Extracts from His Correspondence. London, 1852. Quote from: an earlier Christian History Institute article.
John the Baptist Was a Light (1886)
“He was a burning and shining lamp, and you were willing to rejoice for a while in his light,” spoke our Ble...