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- Ambrose of Milan (1)(c.339-397) one of the "Church Fathers" (teachers/theologians of the early church), bishop of Milan, defender against heresy, and mentor of Augustine of Hippo.
- Ancient Liturgy (5) - structured formats for public worship; in the early church, these were most likely modelled after services in Jewish synagogues.
- Anselm of Canterbury (2)(c.1033-1109) Archbishop of Canterbury, scholar, philosopher and theologian; his most influential work is his book on the atonement, Cur Deus Homo (Why God Became Man).
- Augustine of Hippo (2)(354-430) bishop of Hippo in North Africa and one of the most influential of the "Church Fathers" (teachers/theologians of the early church)
- Bernard of Clairvaux (3)(1091-1153) French abbot and poet known for his piety and mysticism; influential in the spread of monasticism.
- Bonar, Horatious (1)(1808-1889) Scottish Presbyterian pastor, who was also a prolific author and hymn writer
- Book of Common Prayer (6) - Liturgical service book originating in the Church of England, partially based on earlier Roman Catholic liturgies; variations are used by other Anglican churches worldwide.
- Carey, William (1)(1761-1834) British missionary to India whose writing and example sparked an explosion of Protestant missionary effort in the English-speaking world and earned him the name "Father of Modern Missions."
- Chambers, Oswald (1)Oswald Chambers (1874-1917) Scottish pastor whose talks were complied by his wife into the popular devotional book My Utmost For His Highest.
- Cranmer, Thomas (4)(1489-1556) English reformer, martyr, and Archbishop of Canterbury; chief writer/compiler/editor of the Book of Common Prayer.
- Donne, John (1)(1572-1631) English metaphysical poet who became an Anglican priest and Dean of St. Paul's Cathedral.
- Fénelon, François (1)(1651 – 1715) French Roman Catholic Archbishop, writer, mystic, and defender of human rights.
- Lewis, C. S. (1)(1898–1963) instructor at Oxford and Cambridge, theologian, apologist, and author of many books, including Mere Christianity and the beloved Chronicles of Narnia series for children.
- Luther, Martin (2)(1483-1546) German monk whose teaching on justification by faith started the Protestant Reformation and founded Lutheranism.
- Novatian (1)(c.200-c.258) Roman theologian and writer; his most important work is On the Trinity (c.250); he was an antipope (rival pope) during a controversy on how to treat those who had denied their faith during persecution.
- Packer, J. I. (2)(b. 1926) British-born author and professor at Regent College in Vancouver, BC, Canada; considered one of the most important evangelical theologians of the late 20th century.
- Pascal, Blaise (1)(1623-1662) influential French mathematician, physicist and philosopher.
- Sproul, R. C. (1)(b. 1939) American theologian, pastor, teacher, and author who founded Ligonier Ministries.
- Tozer, A. W. (7)(1897-1963) American pastor in The Christian and Missionary Alliance, and author of such Christian classics as The Pursuit of God and The Knowledge of the Holy.
- Wesley, Charles (2)(1707-1788) early Methodist leader along with his brother, John Wesley; he wrote the lyrics for over 6000 hymns.
- Wesley, John (1)(1703-1791) English Anglican clergyman, evangelist, and theologian who founded the Methodist movement.