Anna’s Alexiad : Conquering Your Audience in the Medieval Crusader Era
How a 12th-century princess managed to capture and hold contemporary credibility as Europe’s first female historian
How Did Humanity Multiply if Adam and Eve Only Had Two Sons?￼
The unanswered gaps within the Bible
Benedict IX: The 12-Year-Old Pope
Age is just a number
What Angels Really Look Like, According to the Bible
Heaven might be more bizarre than blissful
The Correlation Between Religion and Science
Science and religion have always intersected throughout history
The Man Who Came Back From the Dead
The Revd Donald E. Carr: Shropshire’s Miracle Man
Langley Chapel: Abandoned By Its Worshippers — Saved By The British State
How a forgotten building in the middle of a field survived the passage of time
The Untold Side of Galileo’s Affair
How Galileo Galilei risked his life by disapproving the inquisition’s religious beliefs with scientific theories
The Mystery of Rasputin
A look at the life of Grigori Rasputin and why Russia is trying to keep him as a secret.
Where Is the Garden of Eden Located Today?
What happened to this heavenly land from ancient history?
The Failed Attempt To Rebuild a Jewish Temple
Earthquakes and fireballs
Christianity’s Biggest Question: Who Wrote the Bible?
The most read book in history
The Legend of the Beheaded Saints
Carrying their heads in their arms whilst speaking
In Defense of the Faith: What were the European Wars of Religion?
Although religion justified violence in Reformation Europe, people still sought to live in peace