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 114 • Nov 17, 2014

“God’s love that moves the sun and other stars”

Christians in the early and medieval church gave us patterns that still govern how we think of heaven

Magazine articles • Issue 105 • May 29, 2013

The Bible’s story is our story

How Alexandria shaped the early church’s way of reading the Bible

Magazine articles • Issue 105 • May 28, 2013

From Abba Salama to King Lalibela

Christian traditions in Ethiopia are among the oldest in the world

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“We believe Jesus Christ is present in the sacrament, and in the action of the Supper that his body and blood are received, although in an invisible ma...”

Quote from Rolt, Richard and Richard Houston. The Lives of the Principal Reformers, Both Englishmen and Foreigners. . . . Date from Encyclopedia Britannica, 1911.


Do our lives show trust? (1886)

That combination of swallows with telegraph wire sets in vivid contrast before our mental eye the sort of evidence we pu...