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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.
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Open this issue of Christian History & Biography to learn more about the young, common men who rode themselves to exhaustion while spreading the good news of Jesus Christ. Their ministry sparked an American religious revolution that would firmly ground Christianity as a staple of Americanism.
Earnest prayers and saintly courage define the China Inland Mission founded by Hudson Taylor. Clothed in Chinese garb and armed with Mandarin Bibles, this Spirit-led group injected the gospel into the heart of China's mainland, guiding thousands to the Savior and bringing hope to many who were hopeless. Embark on the journey of Hudson Taylor in this exciting and informative issue of Christian History & Biography that will engage your heart and mind with both the beauty and necessity of gospel mission.
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.