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Historian Robert Wilson explains how aid societies pioneered by Nova Scotia woman Maria Norris in the 1870s supported women missionaries and funded international outreach.
Early Christianity offers some written treasures outside the Bible worth reading, says McMaster patristics prof. James Payton.
Canadian history reveals positive link
During wartime, how do we relate to fellow Christians who stand on the other side of the divide?
The Protestant press counterculturally defended French Catholics
The roots of an international movement
Remembering Reformation Book Service
Musician and professor Melissa Davis reflects on what one song can do, using the example of "Amazing Grace."
Looking for surprises in the history of Christianity among Indigenous Peoples
Choosing how to follow the state is not a new question for Christians
How to follow Christ at the end of a civilization
Church cookbooks tell stories of culture, resilience and ingenuity, writes Edmonton historian Caroline Lieffers
Methodist revival in 1800s Newfoundland
The disturbing history of residential schools in Canada
A Canadian prophet? By guest writer Baiyu Andrew Song.