- Grave Excavation Begins at One of the Oldest Black Churches in the USFounded by an enslaved minister in 1776, the historic Baptist site had been covered by a museum parking lot.
- When Revival Swept HawaiiA decade after the first missionaries arrived, the gospel tore across the islands in the 1830s.
- Did George Whitefield Serve Two Masters?A new biography helps us come to terms with the unsavory side of the great revivalist’s mission to America.
- From Jonathan Edwards to Jerry FalwellPulitzer Prize–winner Frances FitzGerald looks at the long history behind evangelical political activism.
- Quick To ListenEpisode 46|37minWhy Your Denomination Is SegregatedWhites and blacks worshiped together in colonial America. What happened?
- Using (and Abusing) Hell as a Political MotivationHow the threat of eternal punishment stirred moral and spiritual urgency in early America.
- Before There Was Billy Graham, There Was…George Whitefield was once the most famous man in America. Historian Thomas Kidd explains why the celebrity evangelist shouldn’t be forgotten.
- The Forgotten Woman of Evangelical HistorySarah Osborn's 18th-century life reveals an astonishing amount about the origins of American evangelicalism.
- Remembering Our RootsThomas Kidd tells the story of a Great Awakening.
- Evangelicals on the Newburyport TrailGeorge Whitefield's tomb is attracting a brisk flow of visitors. Just don't make a big deal about it.