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Timeline 1900 - 2015

1900
What is Christianity by Adolf Harnack reduces Christianity to the personality of Jesus in the synoptics, without any supernatural elements
1905
d. George MacDonald, Christian novelist and Poet
1906
Azusa St. Revival, a major catalyst to the Pentecostal and Charismatic churches
1921
1922
Shall the Fundamentalists Win? sermon by Harry Emerson Fosdick
1922
Shall Unbelief Win? sermon by Clarence Edward Macartney
1923
Christianity and Liberalism by J. Gresham Machen
1925
Scope's Monkey Trial brings national attention to Fundamentalism
1929
Machen and others found Westminster Seminary after Princeton is lost to the liberals
1934
Conversion of Billy Graham
1936
1941 - 1943
Rienhold Niebuhr's The Nature and Destiny of Man
1945
Dietrich Bonhoeffer hanged by the Nazis
1945
d.Charles Williams, who wrote Christian metaphysical thriller fantasy novels and hung out with C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien
1950
Doctrine of the Assumption of Mary
1950
The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, the first of The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis
1951
Richard Niebuhr's Christ and Culture
1955
L'Abri Fellowship founded by Francis Schaeffer
1962 - 1965
Nov 22, 1963
1968
d. Karl Barth
1968
Liberation Theology comes to prominence in the second Conference of Latin American Bishops
1968
The God Who is There by Francis Schaeffer
1973
1999
The twentieth century had more Christian martyrs than all the other centuries combined. Find out more from The Voice of the Martyrs