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The Life & Times of Jesus of Nazareth: Did You Know?
Facts, both fascinating and little-known about Jesus and his times.
The Faith Behind the Famous: Isaac Newton
He has been called "the greatest scientific genius the world has known." Yet he spent less time on science than on theology.
Charles E. Hummel is author of The Galileo Connection and Genesis: God's Creative Call (both InterVarsity).
1054 The East-West Schism
Long-standing differences between Western and Eastern Christians finally caused a definitive break, and Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox still remain separate.
Dr. George T. Dennis is professor of history at Catholic University of America in Washington. D.C., and author of several books on the Byzantine Empire.
Where Did Christians Worship?
by CHRISTOPHER HAAS Dr. Christopher Haas is assistant professor of history at Villanova University in Villanova, Pennsylvania, and author of Late Roman Alexandria (Johns Hopkins, forthcoming).