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John Fea is a Distinguished Professor of American History at Messiah University. He is a recognized expert on the historical influence of evangelicalism in American culture and an award-winning author. His book Was America Founded as a Christian Nation? (2011) won the Foreword Reviews/INDIEFAB Book of the Year in religion. Fea is a featured Geneva …
 
John Fea is a Distinguished Professor of American History at Messiah University. He is a recognized expert on the historical influence of evangelicalism in American culture and an award-winning author. His book Was America Founded as a Christian Nation? (2011) won the Foreword Reviews/INDIEFAB Book of the Year in religion. Fea is a featured speaker…
 
Andrew Brunson is an American pastor and a teaching elder of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church. Brunson was arrested in Turkey, where he had lived since the mid-1990s, in October 2016 during the purges occurring after the 2016 Turkish coup d'état attempt against Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (along with the arrests of tens of thousands of Turkish military…
 
By 1525, Zwingli and his beloved Zurich was thoroughly Protestant, and the Reformed Christianity became a major force in Christendom. Cruelly murdered after a lost battle on October 11, 1531, Zwingli's task of reforming the church fell to others. In 1536, that task was taken up in Geneva by the scholarly pastor John Calvin; and by 1560 in Scotland,…
 
The Constitution Day Speaker, Kathryn Kimball Mizelle recently completed clerkships with Associate Justice Clarence Thomas on the US Supreme Court and with Judge Gregory Katsas on the US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit. Previously, she served as counsel to Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand at the Department of Justice and as a trial attor…
 
The audio is a recording from the reformation day service held at Geneva College, celebrating the mighty work of the Holy Spirit during the Protestant Reformation and a commemoration of the 500th anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting of his 95 theses on the door of the Wittenberg Chapel church. Dr. Byron G. Curtis, Professor of Biblical Studies at…
 
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