• Not much to say. Why did they stop at 131? It seems that they left out a few people and it wasn't because they were limiting their options. Only 15 women are present. Only 3 African-Americans. And post-Constantine only 2 people enter the list from outside European/N. American influence. The list is large enough that it could have been much more diverse. I think the idea is great and the list includes (for the most) people that are important to know, but I am disappointed that the list seems very one sided. It would have been nice to see the names of Martin Luther King Jr., Howard Thurman, Oscar Romero, Desmond Tutu, Leo Tolstoy, Mother Teresa, Li Tim-Oi, and Gustavo Gutierrez, to list a few. I am ranking this as a 3 but it is more like a 2.5. I hope that as a church we are seeking for ourselves and the people around us a christian an understanding that includes both the past voices of white males as well as the past voices of the larger diverse community.