A Special Word from the Publisher
It has been a supreme joy and privilege to serve as the founder and publisher of Christian History since its beginning a few years ago, and I will miss my close, regular involvement with the magazine. I firmly believe that the new owners will be able more adequately to put the resources behind the magazine that it deserves. The most meaningful part has been our relationship with you, our readers—you are a unique group; your unusual devotion to the magazine has demonstrated this. You literally have been our family of readers, and that has been our approach to you in creating the issues. A special word of thanks to Vinoy Laghner for his faithful work as managing editor on this and the past five issues. Thank you all for your kind support and dedication.
By Ken Curtis
[Christian History originally published this article in Christian History Issue #24 in 1989]Ken Curtis was the founder and first editor of Christian History magazine.
On consideration (Excerpt)
Go out into the world as a steward.Bernard of Clairvaux
Jesus, the very thought of thee (hymn)
Did Bernard write two famous hymns ascribed to him?Bernard of Clairvaux
The Northfield Schools
Moody founded two private New England schools that continue today.James Findlay
From the Archives: Eperor Hadrian’s Moderate policies
This rescript, c. 124, protected ChristiansEmperor Hadrian