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A missionary to the Zulus for 12 years before a Revival broke out in 1966.
An English Anglo-Catholic pacifist and writer on Christian mysticism.
An American Benedictine monk who wrote articles for the 1913 Catholic Encyclopedia.
A French Roman Catholic theologian, poet and writer.
Frederick William Bourne
An English preacher and author from Devon.
A Swiss pastor, author, essayist and friend of Johann Christoph Blumhardt.
Often considered the founder of the Religious Society of Friends, commonly known as the Quakers.
A Scottish Christian minister, author and poet. He pioneered in the field of fantasy literature.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton
A prolific English writer of the early 20th century, whose writings consistently displayed wit and a sense of humour.
Gregory of Nazianzus
A 4th-century Archbishop of Constantinople and an eminent theologian of the early church.
A man of varied talents perhaps most remembered as gifted evangelist who assisted Dwight L. Moody.
Writing from helpful experience with China Inland Mission, Henry's work 'Miraculous Healing' has become a classic.
A German Dominican friar, noted spiritual writer and mystic.
Horatius Bonar was a Scottish churchman and poet.
A prominent writer, theologian and leader in the protestant reformation
Jacob Behmen (Jakob Boehme)
1575-1624, The Teutonic Theosopher.
An evangelical speaker during the 1904–1905 Welsh revival, and an author.
Johann Christoph Arnold
Senior pastor of the Bruderhof - an international communal movement dedicated to a life of simplicity, service, sharing, and nonviolence.
Johann Heinrich Arnold
Son of founders of the Bruderhof Eberhard and Emmy Arnold, Johann served as a pastor the growing movement.
A preacher and writer of the most famous published Christian allegory, The Pilgrim's Progress.
A French theologian, pastor and one of the fathers of the Protestant Reformation.
A Presbyterian clergyman and prolific and popular author.
Remembered as the author of what is popularly known as Foxe's Book of Martyrs.
John Henry Newton
An Anglican clergyman and former slave-ship captain.
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