Charles Dickens introduced the world to Ebenezer Scrooge in 1843. The classic tale of an “old sinner”, as hard and sharp as flint, who sees the error of his ways at Christmas time. This story is brought to life again by Bharat Nalluri’s film, The Man Who Invented Christmas.
The fiery Scottish preacher John Knox once prayed: “Give me Scotland or I die”. But how was a man born in a small town in East Lothian so integral to perhaps the greatest spiritual revival Britain has seen?
Christian thinker and author Dr Harry Blamires has died at the age of 101.
Martin Bucer may not be well-known to Christians, but he deserves to be.
In 1523 London could number its citizens by the thousands, its crimes by the hundreds and its places of worship by the scores.