Bunyan, John (1628-1688) – Puritan writer and preacher, wrote “Pilgrim’s Progress,” in its time more widely read than the Bible and still very popular today.
C.S. Lewis (1893-1963) – Anglican Irish Christian, novelist, poet, and apologist, wrote “Screwtape Letters,” and “The Abolition of Man.”
Caesarea – Built in honor of Caesar Augustus between 22 and 10 B.C., and located halfway between Acre and Joppa on the Mediterranean coast of Israel. This magnificent city was the official residence of Roman Procurators and Herodian Kings, and figured prominently in the Book of Acts.
Cajetan, Tommaso de Vio (1464-1534) – Dominican philosopher. Sent the first Domincan missionaries to the Americas. Made Cardinal in 1517, he was a fierce but competent opponent of Luther in their debates at Augsburg in 1518.
Calvin, John (1509-1564) – French reformer, emphasized the “sovereignty of God,” and T.U.L.I.P. [Total Depravity, Unconditional Election, Limited Atonement, Irresistible Grace, and Preservation of the Saints.)
Canon – (Greek for “rod of straightness”), something against which an object can be compared for correctness and uniformity). Thus, the sixty-six books of the Bible, recognized by the Council of Carthage in A.D. 397.