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April 11, 2017

Samuel Sewall: The Selling of Joseph

In seventeenth-century Salem, Massachusetts, a mass hysteria led to over 160 people being accused of witchcraft and 19 executions. On April 11, 1692,...
April 10, 2017

Passover: A Celebration of Freedom

Passover—a celebration of freedom—the Jewish commemoration of God “passing over” the houses of the Jews during the last of the ten plagues described i...
April 07, 2017

Dietrich Bonhoeffer: Theologian and Resister

In 1931, Dietrich Bonhoeffer was already considered one of Germany’s most prominent pastors and theologians. As early as 1930, candidates for ordi...
April 06, 2017

Woodrow Wilson and World War I

In 1914, the assassination of Austria’s Archduke Ferdinand, set off a series of events leading to the beginning of World War I. In the US, Preside...
April 05, 2017

The Bible in Poetry

Over the centuries, poets have looked to the Bible for their inspiration, capturing the rhythms, themes, and stories for their own writings. William S...
April 04, 2017

John Donne: English Poet and Cleric

John Donne wrote poetry inspired by biblical themes. He wrote one poem called “The Lamentations of Jeremy,” a poetic translation of Lamentations f...
April 03, 2017

National Poetry Month

National Poetry Month is one of the “largest literary celebrations in the world.” Did you know that the Bible contains examples of Hebrew poetry i...

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