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Brewer's: Evangelic Doctor

(The). John Wycliffe, “the morning star of the Reformation.” (1324-1384.) Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894EvangelineEuxine Sea A B C D E F G H I J…

Stott, John Robert Walmsley

(Encyclopedia) Stott, John Robert Walmsley, 1921–2011, Anglican clergyman influential in 20th-century evangelical Christianity, b. London. He attended college and theological school at Cambridge and…

Graham, Billy

(Encyclopedia) Graham, Billy (William Franklin Graham)gr´m, 1918–2018, American evangelist, b. Charlotte, N.C., grad. Wheaton College (B.A., 1943). Graham was ordained a minister in the Southern…

Ted Haggard

Ted Haggard was a leading American evangelical preacher when he became entangled in a sex scandal in 2006. Haggard graduated from Oral Roberts University in 1978, and in 1985 he and his wife Gayle…

Rachel Held Evans

The brief career of Rachel Held Evans as a commentator on Christian evangelism ended when she suddenly died in the hospital after medical complications in 2019. A young mother, Evans was admitted to…

World Religions

What people believe and where People worldwide practice many different religions and they practice them in very different ways. Hopefully, this list of religious populations in each country will…

1997 NAIA D2 College Football Playoffs Results

First round (Nov. 23)Westminster Coll. (Pa.) 27Clinch Valley Coll. (Va.) 20Northwestern Coll. (Ia.) 14Valley City St. (ND) 7Sioux Falls (SD) 56Mary (ND) 19Lambuth (Tenn.) 34Benedictine Coll…

Rev. Ted Haggard, 2006 News

evangelical minister from Colorado, resigned as president of the National Association of Evangelicals in November, after Michael Jones, a gay escort, said he had a three-year affair with him…

U.S. Protestant Groups

According to the Hartford Institute for Religion Research, U.S. Protestant groups are commonly divided into four broad categories: Liberal Protestant: Episcopal, Presbyterian, Unitarian…