John Heisman was born. Composer Ralph Rainger died. And the Council of Chalcedon was held.
It all took place the week of Oct. 22, and it’s all discussed on this week’s edition of Providential History.
John Heirloom Audio’s Bill Heid and Michael Foust as they discuss some of the most important dates in sports, entertainment and world history.
The first televised NFL game; Joan Fontaine and Olivia de Havilland feud; Jean-Paul Sartre declines Nobel; Bishop Ussher sets a date for the world’s creation – 4,004 B.C.; Council of Chalcedon.
John Heisman born; composer Ralph Rainger (“Thanks for the Memory”) is killed in crash; English Civil War begins; Lincoln suspends habeas corpus; a farmer rushes to hear George Whitefield.
An earthquake in the World Series; screen legend Maureen O’Hara dies at 95; Walt Disney testifies before Congress about communism; Christianity and Zambia; the faith of the Wright Brothers.
This will be updated