Church History

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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Christmas Evans: The Triumph Of Calvary

Christmas Evans: The Triumph Of Calvary Christmas Evans was born in Wales in the mid-1700s. He went from unable to read and write to a powerful preacher who preaches in a very unique and imaginative style. He would end up being one of the most famous preacher in Welsh history.This sermon was delivered in the…

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J. Gresham Machen: The Fear Of God

J Gresham Machen: The Fear Of God J. Gresham Machen lived and preached in the early 1900s through the 1930s. He became responsible for fighting for conservative Christianity in the Presbyterian church against the tide of liberalism that was sweeping the denomination. In this episode, we focus on how the flood of liberalism at the…

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E.K. Love – 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 ceremony at another church in the late 1800s. At this…

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Oswald Chambers – Arriving At Myself

Oswald Chambers was a preacher who lived during World War 1. He died of a botched surgery in Egypt but before he did, he preached many sermons that were copied down by his wife. His wife took these and turned these into devotionals, the most famous of which is, “My Utmost For His Highest.” In…

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