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Martin Luther King, Jr.

  • by Darris McNeely

The prophet Amos shines light on the ideals of an important historical...

  • by World News
Charles V's most famous European contemporary was England's Henry VIII. The two both faced the challenge of the Protestant Reformation—Henry inadvertently contributing to it and Charles resisting it in every conceivable way.
  • by Robin Webber
Forty-five years ago this past August, a relatively young man stood before an audience of a quarter of a million people gathered in the National Mall between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. There he shared a dream with his fellow citizens. One man, with one dream, in one speech, spoke of one cherished treasure that had eluded his people—freedom.
  • by United Church of God
How we choose to handle hard times is a key choice.
  • by Good News
Despite what Martin Luther thought, James' teaching of faith proven by works is sound and biblical.