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CHRISTIAN HEROES is a collection of Christians who have inspired many, many other Christians for a long time. It's worth knowing about them & this site gives brief but worthwhile summaries.
CHURCH HISTORY STUDY HELPS from 'Theology Website'
SKETCHES OF CHURCH HISTORY (Christians Unite) is another collection of many 'historical' Christians
5 MINUTES IN CHURCH HISTORY with Dr. Stephen Nichols, who has a passion for church history (Ligonier Ministries).
HISTORIC CHURCH DOCUMENTS
REFORMED.ORG: Creeds, confessions, catechisms, 95 theses, etc.
Historia ecclesiastica. The Weblog of Dr. Michael A. G. Haykin (The Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies)
Ryan M. Reeves is Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, where he also serves as Dean of the Jacksonville campus. He and his wife Charlotte have three children.
FREE ONLINE COURSE from Credo House Ministries. All of Church History in 5 hours!
Week 1: Ancient Church
Week 2: Orthodoxy
Week 3: Medieval Church
Week 4: Reformation
Week 5: Modern Church
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ARTICLES BY 'CHRISTIAN FAITH'
Gnosticism just won't go away! by Stephen Cracknell. What is Gnosticism, why should we know about it and is it still with us today?
Anyone heard of Miles? Not the jazz guy! by Stephen Cracknell. This is all about Miles Coverdale
Challenging career anyone? by Stephen Cracknell. All about William Tyndale
The Great Schism of 1054 AD by Terry Allen
Stand aside Chuck ... it's John's year! by Stephen Cracknell. Full title: What distinguishes the Reformation of John Calvin (1509 – 1564) from that of Huldreich Zwingli (1484 – 1549)?
The bones of Paul found. Oh no! by Terry Allen
VIDEOS: HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!
Historical Theology for Everyone (Gordon-Conwell Seminary) by Ryan Reeves: " I am Associate Professor of Historical Theology at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and Dean of the Jacksonville campus. My PhD was in Historical Theology from Cambridge University, and my goals here are to provide free, quality explorations of the life of the church and the history of doctrine."