Category Archives: AD 1763

Today in HisStory – September 1

North African bishops voted unanimously that Christians who lapsed under persecution must be rebaptized upon reentering the church. The vote led to a war of words between the North Africans and Rome, where Bishop Stephen disagreed. In behalf of the … Continue reading

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Today in HisStory – February 28

Coronation ceremony of Liu Bang as Emperor Gaozu of Han took place. This initiated four centuries of the Han Dynasty’s rule over China. (203 BC) George Wishart, a Scottish reformer, was arrested by Roman Catholic authorities, and would be burned … Continue reading

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Today in HisStory – February 15

Philosopher Socrates was sentenced to death by the city of Athens for corrupting the minds of the youth. (399 BC) According to traditional Christian calendar, Jesus was presented and circumcised at the temple. (1 AD) Khosrau II, the last great … Continue reading

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Today in HisStory – February 10

Apostle Paul may have been shipwrecked at Malta on this date. (60 AD) The St. Scholastica’s Day riot broke out in Oxford, England. In two days, it left 62 scholars and 30 locals dead. (1355) American Indians captured Mary Rowlandson … Continue reading

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