Know Five of the Famous Christian Authors who Contributed Greatly to the Christian World
Books are a really good way to store great knowledge and there even are a number of people who still continue to write about Christianity, even after Moses. Due to it being that these information are vital and one of a kind, the need to make sure that they will be kept in a safe will surely be vital, reason why you can now see them only in scrolls that are kept in museums, catacombs, churches, monasteries and even subways.
Generally speaking, a wide range of people are responsible in spreading the word of Christianity and up until today, there are a number of people who are still writing about Christianity, and these people range from preachers, shepherds, tinkers, missionaries, saints, scholars, and even martyrs. There will be a number of Christian authors that you will find if you are to do your search and while others are known to be really good, others are not that known yet but has played a major role in shaping the Christian world.
But technically speaking, it really is hard to decide which of them really are good or which of them are not, but in this article, we will be talking about the Christian authors who has played a major role shaping the Christian world.
There will be a number of names that we will be talking about and in this article, we will start out by John Bunyan (1628-1688), and because of how he writes from his heart with accordance to the things around him, his works really has affected the world of Christianity in a large note.
Yet another known Christian author who we will be talking about is known for his pen-name G. K. Chesterton, who also is a lay theologian, journalist, biographer, Christian apologist, philosopher, poet, dramatist, and English writer, Gilbert Keith Chesterton (1874-1936)
Also, the most popular Christian writers is C. S. Lewis (1898-1963) and in fact, he has been celebrated in film, and even praised by a number of critics, as well as have an audience who has read his works, both Christians and non-Christians alike.
Scottish evangelist Oswald Chambers, (1874-1917), the founder of the Holiness movement, also is included in the list and this also is because of how the way he teaches and preaches that the character of God is a great contributor to how should a Christian behavior be shaped.
The last one on the list but definitely not the least, is the owner of the book “The Pursuit of God”, A. W. Tozer (1897-1963), where, it has shaped countless numbers of Christian lives.