History

  • The Luck of the Irish
    The Luck of the Irish

    Harold Harker

    As the world turns green on March 17, what is the real story behind the legend of Saint Patrick?

  • The five foundations of the Reformation
    The five foundations of the Reformation

    Harold Harker

    Harold Harker examines the basic teachings of Martin Luther that led to the Protestant Reformation—a movement that quickly spread across Europe and into the New World.

  • The Skeletons in Jesus' Cupboard
    The Skeletons in Jesus' Cupboard

    Harold Harker

    Consider the lineage of Jesus and reflects on His ministry on earth.

  • No Heil Hitler!
    No Heil Hitler!

    Paul Cieslar

    Paul Cieslar would have had a normal, happy childhood growing up in Wisla, Poland, if not for one thing—the Nazi occupation of his country.

  • Simply Huss
    Simply Huss

    Harold Harker

    Six hundred years ago Christian reformer John Huss was burned at the stake. Harold Harker looks at the background of this tragic event.

  • The French Pilot. Book Review
    The French Pilot. Book Review

    Julene Deurksen-Kapao

    Steele pens a fantastic summary of a beautiful life. Easy to read, interesting and thrilling to the heart.

  • Acquired or Inspired. Book Review
    Acquired or Inspired. Book Review

    Bruce Manners

    At last, Don McMahon's work on Ellen White's health message is in print.

  • From Dan and Caesarea Philippi
    From Dan and Caesarea Philippi

    Peter Roennfeldt

    Traces the footsteps of Jesus in he Middle East

  • The Forgotten Reformer
    The Forgotten Reformer

    Harold Harker

    The story of Martin Luther's associate, Andreas Karlstadt

  • The Day the World Ended
    The Day the World Ended

    Harold Harker

    They thought their lives were secure - until Mount Vesuvius erupted

  • Eight Hours
    Eight Hours

    Christine Miles

    Christine Miles looks at the origins of the normal work day as we know it and why we celebrate Labour Day.

  • Why So Many Denominations?
    Why So Many Denominations?

    Harold Harker

    Making sense of the Protestant-Catholic Divide

  • The Bible in Our Own Language
    The Bible in Our Own Language

    Glenn Townend

    How the unstinting, courageous effort of one man made history.

  • Valentine's Day Quick Facts
    Valentine's Day Quick Facts

    Jay Sheen

    Was this day in February always about roses and teddy bears? Jay Sheen finds out.

  • Celebrating October 31
    Celebrating October 31

    Harold Harker

    There's more to the day than vampires and ghouls.

  • Ur of the Chaldeans
    Ur of the Chaldeans

    David Down

    Discover a beacon of civilisation in an insignificant place.

  • The Hittites
    The Hittites

    David Down

    Until recently, scholars believed that the Hittite kingdom mentioned in the Bible was a fictional nation. David Down explains how we now know they did exist.

  • The Church in the Attic
    The Church in the Attic

    Harold Harker

    Harold Harker tells the story of a museum in Amsterdam that graphically portrays the tension between Catholics and Protestants in the Reformation era.

  • The Story of the King James Bible
    The Story of the King James Bible

    Bryan Ball

    The King James Version is the most widely read Bible in the history of the English Bible. Bryan Ball tells the story.

  • The Ecumenical Diplomat
    The Ecumenical Diplomat

    Harold Harker

    Harold Harker takes a look at the life of German Protestant Reformer Martin Bucer.

  • The Treaty of Waitangi
    The Treaty of Waitangi

    Christine Miles

    Christine Miles speaks with historian Paul Moon about the sometimes contentious agreement made between the British and the Maori some 170 years ago.

  • The Pilgrims
    The Pilgrims

    Harold Harker

    The Pilgrims have over one million direct descendants in the United States. Harold Harker recalls their origins.

  • The Puritans
    The Puritans

    Harold Harker

    Harold Harker follows the journey of a group of people so desperate for religious freedom that they risked their possessions and lives to obtain it

  • Oberammergau: A Town of Passions
    Oberammergau: A Town of Passions

    John Lauder

    John Lauder travelled to a small German village to witness what could possibly be the world's longest running play.

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