1800s

Jean Gerson: Walk While You Have The Light

Jean Gerson: Walk While You Have The Light Jean Gerson lived in France during the late 1300’s and early 1400s. He is most famous for his role at the Council of Constance and ending the Great Schism. He was a man who desperately wanted to see reforms go through in the Catholic Church and who…

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Theodore Cuyler: The Value Of Human Life

Theodore Cuyler: The Value Of Human Life Theodore Cuyler was the pastor of the biggest Presbyterian church in New York City. He knew or met almost every person of importance that came through the United States of America in the 1800s. And yet his story is almost completely forgotten. His sermon, “The Value Of Human…

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E. K. Love: The Mission Of The Gospel Church

E. K. Love: The Mission Of The Gospel Church   E. K. Love (Emmanuel K. Love) was a preacher at the famous First African Baptist Church of Savannah, Georgia. He was also a huge supporter of missions, a newspaper editor, a school starter, and deeply invested in politics. This sermon was delivered as a dedication…

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DL Moody: Last Sermon

DL Moody: Last Sermon   DL Moody was one of the most famous evangelists of the 19th Century (a century filled with famous evangelists). Yet in this episode we take a look at his final campaign in Kansas City, and do an on-location look at the place where he preached his final campaign. This sermon,…

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