Christian History Magazine #150 - Stories worth retelling
Find out what makes Christian History Christian history in this special issue. Rediscover with us stories worth retelling– stories that have captured the imagination and interest of our readers throughout the years and the eras of the church. Don’t miss this fascinating issue of readers’ favorites from 150 editions of CH.
- Item number: 4923
- Media type: Magazine
- Running Time: 56 pgs.
- Region: All
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How do you tell the story of Christian history? And what makes Christian History Christian history?
In 1982, founder Ken Curtis set out a mission for our unique publication: a magazine that seeks to tell the whole story of the church, acknowledging its full and honest story while also seeing the best in each faith tradition. For 41 years and through 150 issues, CH has tried to do just that.
In this special 150th issue of CH, rediscover with us stories worth retelling, ones that have captured the imagination and interest of our readers throughout the years and over the eras of church history. We’ll cover figures you know well– like Augustine, Francis of Assisi, Martin Luther, and William Carey– and maybe some you don’t, like Basil of Caesarea, Argula von Grumbach, and Mistuo Fuchida. We’ll also look at impactful moments in Christian history that resonate with our readers today.
Join CH as we dive into this grand story, with all of its complexities, missteps, triumphs, griefs, and joys, and witness how it points to the God who works patiently in fickle human hearts and through frail human hands.