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Guardians of the Lost Ark
Ethiopia's Christians stake their identity on being heirs of Solomon and keepers of his treasure.

Tapping the Riches
Wesley set out to renew the church he loved and he was prepared to employ any appropriate material from the whole history of Christianity to do it.

From the Archives: Pietism and its Formidable Critics

The Wissahickon Hermits
From Robert Borneman, Fire Hymns from the Hymnbook of Magister Johannes Kelpius (1976). Used with permission of Fortress Press.

The Roots and Branches of Pietism
Experiencing the Christian Faith

Rome's Religious Ferment
The first-century Empire swirled with an exotic mix of religions.

Catherine of Siena
She lived only 33 years, but her vibrant faith and writings were so influential she has been declared a Doctor of the Church.

A Skeptic Inside the Nunnery
Spiritual vitality—and tensions—within a twelfth-century priory.

Women in the Medieval Church: A Gallery of Christian Women Writers of the Medieval World

The Mystics
Why did mysticism flower in the medieval world—and why did women often lead in it?

Voices of the Mystics

Writings from Women in the Medieval Church
Brief selections from four key books

Women in the Medieval Church: Recommended Resources

Worshiping Like Pagans?
How much did Christians borrow from Greek and Roman religions?

Inside Pagan Worship

The Strange Stigmata
Did Francis really receive the wounds of Jesus?

From Child-Killing to Mysticism
Four examples of the pluralistic challenge that Paul faced

Heresy in the Early Church: A Gallery of Malcontents for Christ
The mixed motives and odd teachings of four notorious heretics

Why Bishops Should Be Trusted
When some early Christians said they had secret apostolic teaching, one church father said, "Not likely."

An Exercise in Wonder
Orthodox writers on the deep mysteries of the Christian faith.

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