Seeking a Better Way The pain and damage of Christian divisions and international warfare affected Comenius and his church both directly and disastrously: His prodigious energy and gifts were obsessively employed to change the way the world and church worked. EVE CHYBOVA BOCK Eve C. Bock is Associate Professor of German at Doane College in Crete, NE.
A Man for All People: Introducing William Tyndale TONY LANE Dr. Tony Lane is a professor of Bible at London Bible College. This article is expanded from a chapter he wrote for the forthcoming book, Great Leaders of the Christian Church (Moody Press, 1988, edited by John Woodbridge)
A Time for Mourning, A Time for War From the Reformation to the Glorious Return John Hobbins, a native of the United States, attended the Waldensian seminary in Rome, and serves as pastor of several Methodist-Waldensian Churches on the island of Sicily.
The Renaissance of the Gospel A Brief Sketch of the Italian Reformation Emidio Campi is a Waldensian pastor in Zurich, Switzerland. He also teaches church history in the University of Zurich, and was formerly general secretary of the World Student Christian Federation.
To A Home in the Land of the Free The Waldensians in North America Giuseppe Platene is pastor of the Waldensian Church of Angrogna, Italy, and vice-director of the weekly Waldensian magazine La Luce.
367 Athanasius Defines the New Testament His letter is the earliest authoritative statement to fix the New Testament as we know it today. Dr. Carsten Peter Thiede is president of Reinhold-Schneider-Gesellschaft e. V. in West Germany and a member of the advisory board of Christian History.
New England Dynasty The lives and legacies of the Mathers, America's most influential Puritan family. Dr. George W. Harper is professor of church history and theology at Alliance Biblical Seminary in Manila.
Golden Tongue & Iron Will by ROBERT A. KRUPP Robert A. Krupp is the librarian at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois. He is author of Shepherding the Flock of God: The Pastoral Theology of John Chrysostom (Peter Lang, 1991).