The Gospel in History series by Christian Historian Woodrow Walton
How has God worked through his people to keep and spread the true good news about Jesus Christ despite global-scale opposition?
The Gospel in Late Antiquity
Has Christianity ever found itself in a world full of competing religions and cultures? What can we learn from how those followers of Jesus acted in their times? Should we hope for the same kinds of outcomes?
As appearing in the Winter 2013 issue.
Constantine’s Edict of Milan brought an end to the persecution of Christians, but that did not mean the Church was granted favor throughout the Roman Empire. What are the lessons for us today?
As appearing in the Winter 2014 issue.
Reappraising the Christian Faith During Late Antiquity: AD 175-400. Christian historian, Woodrow Walton, invites us to take another look at the early church and the struggles it faced as it emerged from the Apostolic Age and became the state religion of the crumbling Roman Empire.
As appearing in the Fall 2016 issue.
The Gospel in the Medieval Conundrum
When the Empire made the Church into one of its institutions, how could the radical good news about Jesus the Christ continue to break out and change lives?
As appearing in the Winter 2016 issue.
Category: Church History