A Model of Christian Charity - Modern Text A Model of Christian Charity - Original Text America's Christian Leaders: Anne Hutchinson America's Christian Rulers: John Quincy Adams America's Christian Rulers: John Winthrop Anne Hutchinson's Role Debated Columbu…Read more
There are many today who would doubt or deny that this is true. There has even been an attempt to cover up and, in some cases, to destroy the legacy of Christian thinking that has gone into the formation of…Read more
n 1636, Anne Hutchinson, the wife of one of Boston’s leading citizens, was charged with heresy and banished from Massachusetts Colony. A woman of learning and great religious conviction, Hutchinson challenged the Puritan clergy and asserted her view of the…Read more
By Stephen McDowell MUCH CONTROVERSY HAS ARISEN over the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus. Many attacks have been leveled against him and western civilization. The target of the attacks of many is…Read more
I have been a subscriber to The Forerunner for several years now and it seems that secular viewpoints have been creeping into some of the articles. I suspect that your research may not be as thorough as it should be.…Read more
Over the years I have greatly appreciated your fact filled publication, especially because of its detailed discussion of this nation’s biblical heritage. My most recent book, Columbus & Cortez: Conquerors for Christ – is an antidote to the Columbus bashing…Read more
Charles G. Finney, the famous 19th century evangelist and revival preacher, had some unique insights into the changing spiritual conditions of Boston in his day. The “Flapjack Turning” at Harvard was the result of an emerging philosophy of Unitarianism. Today,…Read more
By Cleon Skousen Editor’s Preface WHO WAS THOMAS JEFFERSON? He has been described by some as a Christian patriot, a man who held to a deep belief in Judeo-Christian values; others have described him as a deist, one who held…Read more
From The Story of Liberty By Charles Carleton Coffin PROFESSOR FAULFASH OF BOHEMIA, a young man who had studied at Hiedleberg, Cologne and Paris, came to England with Princess Anne, the daughter of the King of Bohemia, when she became…Read more
John Quincy Adams was born in Braintree, now Quincy, Massachusetts, the son of John Adams, the second President of the United States. On March 4th 1825, he was inaugurated as President and served one term. His inaugural address closed with…Read more
The Forgotten Power of the Public Proclamation of the Gospel
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A Reasonable Response to Christian Postmodernism
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Featuring Dr. Kenneth L. Gentry at the 1999 Ligonier conference