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1853 – Born in the village of Mbacké in the Kingdom of Baol. 1883 – A religious prayer leader, poet and monk, Ahmadou Bamba founded the Mouride brotherhood. 1895 – The French sentenced him to exile in Gabon. 1910 – The French realized that Bamba was not interested in waging war against them, and was ..

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1934 – Born on the 26th of July in Bué in Bourges in France. 1956 – He entered the seminary and later attended the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome where he earned a licentiate in philosophy and in theology. 1961 – He was ordained on the 3rd of September. 1962 – His ordaination he was ..

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1803 – Born on the 23rd of April in Cumberland, Rhode Island. 1813 – He was raised a Six-Principle Baptist when his family was converted in a Christian Connexion revival. 1822 – Ballou married Abigail Sayles. 1837 – Ballou publicly announced he was an abolitionist. 1838 – Ballou converted to Christian Nonresistance. 1839 – He ..

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1796 – Hosea Ballou was born in Guilford, Vermont.   He was a Universalist clergyman, theologian, and historian.   1829 – Published the "Ancient History of Universalism".   1845 – Received an honorary Doctorate of Divinity and became an Overseer of Harvard University.   1821-1852 – He presided over the parishes of Roxbury and Medford, ..

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1936 – Born on the 5th of March in Esiphezini in the former British colony of Souther Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe). 1938 – He married Janet. 1962 – Awarded a diploma in theology at Epworth Theological College in Harare.          – Ordained as a United Methodist minister. 1976 – He was arrested for not having any ..

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1485 – Mateo Bandello was born in Castelnuovo Scrivia, Norhtern Italy. 1550 – He moved to France to become a Bishop of Agen. 1554-1573 – Wrote 214 short stories, Novelle, characterized by an innovative open structure and variety of topics inspired by history, contemporary events, and tradition. 1562 – He died in the town of ..

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1670 – Born on the 16th of October at Rajouri in the Jammu region of Jammu and Kashmir. 1708 – Guru Gobind Singh, who had come to the Deccan along with the Mughal Emperor, Bahadur Shah, happened to go to Madho Das’ hut while hunting. Madho Das was away. 1709 – At Sonepat, fifty kilometres ..

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1544 – Archbishop Richard Bancroft was born at Farnworth, Bolton in Lancashire. 1567 – Educated at Christ’s College and finished his BA (Bachelor of Arts). 1570 – Entered in Jesus College and took his degree of MA (Master of Arts).  1580 – He graduated BD (Bachelor of Divinity). 1585 – Bancroft graduated as DD (Doctor ..

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US television evangelist 1940 – Born on the 2nd of January in Muskegon, Michigan. 1961 – He married to Tammy Faye Bakker  (divorced 1992). 1964 – Ordained by Pentacostal Assemblies Of God and Begins working with Pat Robertson and his Christian Broadcasting Network. 1965-1972 – Worked with Tammy Faye Bakker, co-eponym and co-host of evangelical ..

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Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur, popularly known as "Babur", meaning lion was the founder of Mughal Empire in India. 1483 – Born 14th of February in Farghana, now in Uzbekistan. 1504 – Came to Afghanistan and occupied Kabul. Here he assumed the title of Padshah. 1526 – The fifth expedition resulted in the death of Ibrahim Lodhi ..

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