World War II
- How One Family’s Faith Survived Three Generations in the PulpitWith a front-row seat to their parents’ failures and burnout, a long line of pastor’s kids still went into ministry. Why?
- National Tragedies Still Call Forth Sermons. But Their Tone Has Changed.A new history argues that Protestant ministers have traded prophetic introspection for triumphalist civil religion.简体中文繁體中文
- New & Noteworthy FictionChosen by Sarah Sundin, author of World War II-era novels.
- Died: Stuart King, a Pilot Who Survived D-Day to Help Found Mission Aviation FellowshipHow could aircraft serve Christian ministries and humanitarian missions? The Brit was part of a cohort of aviation enthusiasts devoted to finding out.
- How Corrie ten Boom’s ‘The Hiding Place’ Earned Its Place in the Evangelical CanonStan Guthrie pairs an edifying biography of an evangelical icon with the inside story of her international bestseller.
- America Needed Spies During World War II. Many Missionaries Were Ready and Willing.They regretted some of what they were asked to do, but they thought defending democracy was worth it.
- The Nazis Persecuted Him. The Soviets Killed Him. Today He’s Barely Known.James Edwards’s biography recovers the memory of German theologian Ernst Lohmeyer.
- The Bonhoeffer That History OverlookedIn 1946, a man named Ernst Lohmeyer disappeared from East Germany. It took me three decades to piece together his story.
- Martin NiemöllerConfessing pastor and repentant nationalist
- Hacksaw Ridge: The Bloody, True Story of Faith in ActionMel Gibson’s new film raises questions about religious liberty and moral conviction amidst national turmoil.