Christian History takes a look, in this issue, at how Tolkien influenced culture and what the influences in his life were. How his Catholicism and friendship with C.S. Lewis influenced what he wrote about Hobbits, dragons, and overcoming great evil. This issue takes the time to examine many areas of the life of the man who created the 20th century's greatest myth.
"The man behind the mythology we all love!"
Though the author of this 14th century classic remains anonymous, in no way does that diminish the importance of this work. The simple and straightforward style calls us to love God in a deeper manner. This inspirational title has influenced and directed many Christians throughout the centuries and continues to be a model of contemplative and devotional prayer.
"A difficult read BUT WELL WORTH IT"
Inside this issue you'll find 100 of the greatest events in Church history.
"the author should've said more"
In this issue of Christian History magazine the editors bring together a collection of articles that explore the depth of C. S. Lewis' robust personality. His loves, his contribution to analysis of historical literature, his friends, and his deep theological thought are all brought to light.
Ever wonder how Christian scholars knew which ancient books were to be regarded as Christian Scripture? Ever think about how the Bible came to be translated into English, and eventually the more familiar King James Bible? Ever wonder how we got our Bible? This collection of highly informative articles answers these and many other questions about how God worked through history to accomplish His will.
"I Was Hoping For A Book"
A look at many different aspects of how Martin Luther became the Father of the Reformation.
"Good review of Luther history."
A study of the many different legacies left by Martin Luther, including several articles on his life and theology.
This issue of Christian History explores what life was like for many different types of Christians in the Middle Ages.
In the 21st century, the Christian church is larger and stronger than ever - thanks in part to the 10 people profiled here: Billy Graham, C. S. Lewis, William Seymour, Mother Teresa, Karl Barth, John XXIII, Alexandr Solzhenitsyn, John Paul II, John Mott, and Martin Luther King Jr.
Delve deeper into the Christian/Muslim conflict with Issue #74 of Christian History magazine - Christians & Muslims.