Today in HisStoryHistory is really His Story. God is at work throughout history. This today in history site is compiled by Tamera Lynn Kraft. It isn't complete but highlights interesting events in history from a Christian perspective.
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Agnes, a thirteen year old girl, was tortured and beheaded for refusing to renounce Christ. (304 AD) German King Heinrich IV petitioned Pope Gregory VII for forgiveness. (1077) History’s first Anabaptist baptismal service took place in Zurich, Switzerland. (1525) A … Continue reading →
Nika uprising against Emperor Justinian in Constantinople failed. 30,000 were killed by troops loyal to the Emperor. (532 AD) The Zurich Council mandated that all infants must be baptized within eight days. Persecution of Anabaptists who believed in adult baptism … Continue reading →
Antony of Egypt, known as the first monk, died at 105. (356 AD) Roman Emperor Theodosius divided the empire into western and eastern portions. (395 AD) Giovanni da Verrazzano began his voyage to find a passage to China. (1524) Zurich … Continue reading →