This article recounts the theological discovery of Martin Luther that God is indeed merciful.
This article considers the background and life of John Owen.
This article offers a biography of George Whitefield.
This article mentions ten items about St. Patrick, including what he wrote, his conversion, and work.
What is Sandemanianism? Where did it come from? This article addresses these questions, touching on aspects such as its leadership under such men as Robert Sandeman, and those who countered its teachings such as Andrew Fuller. One main tenet of this movement was a focus on intellectual assent as a proof of faith rather than any emotional attachment to faith.
In this chapter Haykin reveals John Calvin's approach to Scripture and theology that was clearly pro-missions and pro-evangelism. While Calvin was concerned more directly with purifying the church than initiating a worldwide missions movement, his interpretation of the Bible was consistent with a free proclamation of the gospel for the salvation of the lost.
Chapter 1 divides the first century of church history into roughly three periods.
This article is a biography of Adoniram Judson. The author focuses on his conversion, his calling to ministry, and his missionary zeal toward Burma, which was motivated by a desire to please Christ.