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21 Nov 2015

Others We Love, Part 4

by various | Issue 116

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

The story is apocryphal, but telling: upon Harriet Beecher Stowe’s being ushered into the presence of Abraham Lincoln in 1862 while the Civil War was raging, the president supposedly greeted her with the words, “So you’re the little woman who wrote the book that started this great war.”  

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    Christian History Magazine #116: 25 Writings that Changed the Church and the World

    • Magazine
    • 2015
    • 47 Pages
    • Christian History Institute

    The Bible is the most important Christian book (collection of books actually), but it’s not the only Christian book. This issue of Christian History features the fascinating stories behind the top 25 writings in Church history, selected by more than 70 past writers of the magazine. From Augustine and Aquinas to Bonhoeffer and Barth, this is a veritable primer on what to read, why to read it, and how we got it.

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    • 2011
    • Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals

    Is America now or has it ever been a Christian Nation? What is the meaning of separation of church and state? How can the church be a faithful Gospel witness in a pluralistic society? What will the church look like in the future? People of Faith: Christianity in America brings perspective to these questions and more.