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Today in Christian History
Death of Patriarch Anatolius of Constantinople who had sided with Cyril of Alexandria and Pope Leo I against Nestorianism, Eutychianism, and other theological controversies of that day.
Jean de Lastic, Grand Master of Rhodes, writes Charles VII, King of France from Ethiopia, telling about Z
Hans Egede, Lutheran missionary, lands in Greenland with a party of forty-six people.
Pope Pius VII returns the papacy to Rome. His predecessor Pius VI had been removed in 1798 by a French general, dying in captivity.
Birth of Lucius H. Holsey in Columbus, Georgia. Denied the privilege of attending school because he is of African heritage, he will acquire an education anyhow, and become the fourth bishop of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church.
Birth of Don R. Falkenberg, founder in 1923 of the Mid-West Businessmen's Council of the Pocket Testament League. In 1967 the name of this evangelical agency was changed toBible Literature International.
Death of David Brown, who had been prominent as a Christian author, educator, and church leader in Scotland. He is best known as the coauthor of the Jamieson, Fausset, and Brown Commentary on the Old and New Testaments, for which he had written the sections on the Gospels, Acts, and the Epistle to the Romans.
Seventy-one Chinese Christians are martyred by Boxers at Shouyang. The number includes eighteen women and eleven children.
Thirty-four years after the end of World War II, the West German government voted to continue prosecution of Nazi war criminals by removing the statute of limitations onmurder.
Near Munugodu, India, four Hindus attack and repeatedly stab Pentecostal pastor G. N. Paul, claiming he forcibly converts Hindus to Christianity.
© 1987-2020, William D. Blake. Portions used by permission of the author, from "Almanac of the Christian Church"