If you live in south central Pennsylvania, you have several opportunities in the coming months to see the traveling exhibit, “Voices of Conscience: Peace Witness in the Great War”: April 13-June 22, 2018: Elizabethtown College, Elizabethtown, PA August 19-September 26, 2018:…read more
In August 1957, the Mennonite World Conference Assembly was held in Karlsruhe, Germany. At least three Brethren in Christ attended: Charlie B. Byers, Sr., C. N. Hostetter, Jr., and E. J. Swalm. Before the assembly, Bishop Swalm toured the Holy…read more
Theologian Roger E. Olson reflects on the shifts within Evangelicalism. I try to assess his argument vis-a-vis the Brethren in Christ.
This story is too good not to share again! How one Brethren in Christ scholar rediscovered a long-lost document from Zambian history.
Read Messiah College alumnus and education scholar Ernest L. Boyer’s take on the heritage of his alma mater
The iconic landmark at the Grantham campus turns 40 this year.
Some reflections on a forthcoming new history of the Brethren in Christ Church by E. Morris Sider
That’s one of several questions about Pietism raised in a special issue of The Covenant Quarterly, a publication of the Evangelical Covenant Church (ECC).
Check out the fall 2012 issue of the Brethren in Christ Historical Society newsletter, now online!
Learn more about Rachel Flowers, the first African American student to graduate from what is now Messiah College.
Can anyone identify the Climenhaga family members depicted in this fascinating turn-of-the-century photo?
Mennonite and Brethren in Christ congregations seek to articulate the “nonresistant experience” during Canada’s public commemorations of the War of 1812.
What are your favorite articles in this most recent issue of the “Brethren in Christ History and Life” journal?
Some of my thoughts on the value of studying church history.
A final post related to last week’s Colloquium on Pietism Studies at Bethel University.