Minor Reformed Church of Poland

The Minor Reformed Church of Poland was founded in 1565 after the Polish Reformed Church split over the Trinity legitimacy. Continue reading

Protestant Hymnbook Collection

Protestant hymnbook contained 89 hymns in the Czech language published in Prague, Bohemia on January 13, 1501. Continue reading

Founding of European Women’s Monastery

The women's monastery at St. John's was founded by Bishop Caesarius at Arles, France in 512. Continue reading

Japanese Catholic Converts Were Martyred

There were 26 Japanese Catholic converts put to death at Nagasaki on February 5, 1596, by order of the shogun, Hideyoshi Toyotomi. Continue reading

St. Anthony of Egypt

St. Anthony of Egypt, a Christian monk from circa 286 CE to 305 lived alone on the mountain Pispir (now called Dayr al-Maymun) in the Egyptian desert, Continue reading

The Terms Messiah and Christians Originated From Hebrew

Early Christians living in Jerusalem in 33 CE were persuaded that the preacher and reformer known as Yeshua, or Yehoshua, had returned from the dead Continue reading

Buddhism Introduced to Tibet

Tibet was introduced to Buddhism by its second king, the military leader Srong-brtsan-sgam-po in 629. Continue reading

Egyptian Druze Religion

Imam Hamzah ibn Ali founded the Druze (or Druse) religion in Cairo, Egypt in 1071. Continue reading

Sri Lanka Accepts Buddhism

Sri Lanka was the first country outside of India to practice Buddhism by two missionaries circa 251 BCE. Continue reading

Egyptian Worship of Osiris

The first Egyptiian deity, Osiris was offered divine judgment and salvation by his followers. Continue reading