C. Bernard Ruffin

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C. Bernard Ruffin (born 1947) is an American non-fiction writer who has written many books on religious subjects. He currently resides in Reston, Virginia, where he taught history for twenty-five years at South Lakes High School. He is pastor at Holy Comforter Lutheran Church in Washington, D.C.[1]

Partial list of books[edit]

  • Fanny Crosby. United Church Press, 1976; Barbour Publishing, 1985.
  • The Shroud of Turin: The Most Up-To-Date Analysis of All the Facts Regarding the Church's Controversial Relic
  • The Twelve: The Lives of the Apostles After Calvary
  • Profiles of Faith: The Religious Beliefs of Eminent Americans
  • Last Words: A Dictionary of Deathbed Quotations
  • The Life of Brother Andre: The Miracle Worker of St. Joseph
  • The Days of the Martyrs: A History of the Persecution of Christians from Apostolic Times to the Time of Constantine
  • Padre Pio:The True Story


  1. ^ "About Us...". Holy Comforter. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Retrieved Dec 6, 2010.