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Christian History Magazine (issues 1-108)

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Overview

Since 1982, this quarterly magazine has been dedicated to the events and personalities that have laid the foundations of modern Christianity. Formerly known as Christian History & Biography Magazine, Christian History Magazine covers subjects ranging from Martin Luther to Dietrich Bonhoeffer, from the Crusades to modern Christian-Muslim relations. In this massive collection of every issue of Christian History & Biography and Christian History Magazine since 1982, nearly 2,000 articles by hundreds of authors cover every aspect of church history from the Early Church to the present day!

Logos is pleased to offer the entire archive, featuring all 108 issues published since 1982! Each issue includes articles by leading historians, timelines, excerpts from historical writings, biographical vignettes, and page after page of commentary from top scholars. Christian History is more than just a magazine—it’s an enduring treasure you’ll go back to time after time. Place your order today to experience how 2,000 years of church history comes alive in your digital library!

In these volumes, you will meet such colorful personalities as Augustine, John Chrysostom, Charles Spurgeon, and C. S. Lewis, and learn how the earliest Christians read the Bible, wrestled with theological questions like Christ’s divinity, lived out their faith, and evangelized their world. You will encounter stories of perseverance that overcomes whips and shackles, movements that have cost thousands of lives, and movements that have saved millions. Read articles that invoke the imagination, invigorate the senses, and inspire your mind. Explore the interactions between church and state, between faith and money, between the Arians and the Augustinians, and faith and reason. Christian History Magazine brings you face to face with the people, events, and issues that have shaped our faith.

Please note: due to digital rights restrictions, this product will include only a portion of the images found in the print edition.

Resource Experts
  • Timelines
  • Excerpts and commentary on historical writings
  • Recommended resources for each issue
  • A “Did You Know?” column containing interesting facts and trivia
  • All Scripture references are linked to the Bibles in your digital library
  • The powerful search tools in your digital library help you find your way through 108 issues, pinpointing exactly what you need for your research projects.
  • Link Christian History Magazine to the rest of the reference works in your digital library, and explore what multiple reference works say about a single subject—all at once!

Please note that Christian History & Biography does not include page numbers.

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Chris R. Armstrong is associate professor of church history at Bethel Seminary in St. Paul, Minnesota. He is the author of Patron Saints for Postmoderns: Ten from the Past Who Speak to Our Future, the former managing editor of Christian History & Biography, and a contributing writer to Christianity Today, Leadership Journal, and Christian History.

Jennifer Woodruff Tait is the managing editor of Christian History magazine and adjunct professor of church history at Huntington University, Asbury Theological Seminary, Southwestern College, and United Theological Seminary. Her articles and essays have appeared in Christianity Today, Christian History and Biography, and American Denominational History. She is the author of The Poisoned Chalice: Eucharistic Grape Juice and Common-Sense Realism in Victorian Methodism.

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  1. David Moticka

    David Moticka

    9/13/2019

    I received the original Christian History when it was owned by Christianity Today. I thougt it will be a good idea to purchase the Logos issues for online research. However, I discovered the wonderful charts and graphs that were in the original issues were not downloaded onto the Logos site. Things like charts of the different beliefs in the millennial were gone. I looked at the first issue on logos and there were pictures from the original, but the later issues had nothing? Beware, of purchasing this and assuming that you will get everything the original magazine had to offer. I can't understand why they would eliminate such an important part of the magazine.
  2. Terri Young

    Terri Young

    3/13/2015

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