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This Day in Christian History

by William D. Blake

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On this day in history. . .something amazing happened in the Christian world. Find out just what with This Day in Christian History. Every day for an entire year, you'll find a brief, easy-to-read highlight of church history, from the birth of modern Pentecostalism (January 1, 1901) to the first Salvation Army meeting (July 5, 1865) to one of the presumed endings of the world (December 31, 999). You'll see the amazing panorama of Christian belief and practice over the course of the year, and appreciate more the God who works in all human history.… (more)

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