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Edwards spoke softly and simply, warning the unconverted that they were dangling over hell like a spider over the fire.
Joseph Alleine’s imprisonment was occasioned by the restoration of the English monarchy and the laws passed by England’s government in the 1660s. For years England had seesawed between Catholic and […]
John Calvin arrived in Geneva in July 1536, intending only to stop for the night. But Pastor William Farel found him and wouldn’t let him leave, threatening to curse him […]
Robert Ketcham was a stubborn boy. Although he had loving, godly parents, he refused to yield to Christ. He deliberately broke the rules of his home. One way he did […]
Though he lived well enough to impress his neighbors, he described himself as a “painted hypocrite.”
“…To preach God’s Word is so good a work that we shall be well rewarded if we suffer for that.”
Religion was taken seriously in the seventeenth century in Europe and America because most people still believed that their faith dealt with issues of truth, not simply the opinions of […]
For Baptist clergyman John Clarke, this day, July 8, 1663, spelled the end of a long wait. Twelve years earlier, he had sailed to England from Rhode Island to lobby the […]