Charles Hodge (1797–1878) was a conservative Presbyterian scholar and a professor at Princeton Theological Seminary for more than five decades.
Johnson Oatman Jr. (1856–1922) wrote lyrics for thousands of gospel songs. His most famous hymn was “Count Your Blessings.” This
Edward Mote (1797–1874) was an English Baptist pastor and hymn writer. This month marks the 225th anniversary of his birth.
William James Kirkpatrick (1838–1921) was an American composer who wrote a tune for the beloved Christmas carol “Away in a
St. Bonaventure (1221–1274) was an Italian Franciscan, theologian and philosopher. He was a cardinal and a doctor of the Catholic
William Taylor (1821–1902) was an American missionary of the Methodist Episcopal Church for 47 years. This year is the 200th anniversary
Columba (521–597), an abbot and missionary evangelist, studied under prominent monastic teachers in Ireland and founded several monasteries there. He