In this post, growth is defined by reaching people and converting them and an increase in church attendance, not birthrate or immigration. Measured in that way, Christianity is the fastest growing religion in the world, without a close second.
He was born in 1778 and died after 1828. He attended a biracial church. These primary, old, handwritten documents say he lived a remarkable life and deserves our honor. Great links!
An indenture was a simply a contract. There was nothing automatically oppressive about it, unless people abused its terms. Here are stories of success and kindness. Real people, real lives, real places. This post updates the one at American Thinker.
He is open to criticism—and has of late on social media. But he wasn’t all bad—not worse than you or I, especially when we live in the background. But he stepped boldly into the foreground and fought for what he believed in, in dangerous times.
We need to be reminded of the great things we have achieved, so we can stop hanging our heads.
Some call it the Postmodern Age. Others: The Age of Prosperity. Whatever the labels, this post covers history from 1945 to early 1989, at the end of the Reagan administration. Lots of information here.
This post goes from 1945 to the 1990s and puts people in their historical and cultural contexts with little comment. At the end, however, is a conclusion section that asks the Western world what is it about.
Some call it the Age of Anxiety or Zenith of Modernism. Or it could be called the Beginning of the People’s Century. This post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from WWI through WWII.
Some call it the Age of Anxiety or Zenith of Modernism. Others call it the Beginnings of the People’s Century, when regular people got more political power. This post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, art and architecture and goes from WWI to WWII
Some call it Early Modernism. The British call in the late Victorian and Edwardian Ages. Whatever the labels, this post covers history, philosophy and religion, literature, and art and architecture and goes from 1871 to 1914.