How to Serve Time
There is a Christian way to study the past without weakening the truth.
Whatever Happened to Christian History?
Evangelical historians have finally earned the respect of the secular academy. But some critics say they've sold out. Not really
Profiting from the Past
Will Christian history books ever sell?
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