Martyrs of the Reformation

Martyrs of the Reformation
Martyrs of the Reformation
Martyrs of the Reformation
Martyrs of the Reformation
Martyrs of the Reformation
Martyrs of the Reformation
Martyrs of the Reformation
Martyrs of the Reformation

J H Merle D'Aubigne

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302 pages, Counted Faithful , ISBN: 9781788721707 [COUNT43]

15.6 x 23.4 x 1.7 cm , 1 volume(s), 467g

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Publisher's note:

Jean Henri Merle D’Aubigné is justly renowned for his History of the Reformation. He captures the drama of the events as the shackles of Rome were broken under the influence of the Reformers. This book is a collection of extracts from those 13 volumes describing the martyrdom of a large number of believers for their convictions. The accounts vary in length but are all very moving – great faith, patience under trial, and bright hope for eternity characterise them all. It is a book that should be read by all Christians as a reminder of the price paid in the past by so many for the sake of the truth. It will also stir personal conviction in our day of compromise, when the great truths for which these men and women suffered are being abandoned.

Contents:

Introduction
1. William Sawtre
2. Sir John Oldcastle, Lord Cobham
3. Richard Hun
4. John Brown
5. The First Protestant Martyrs in Germany
6. Hottinger
7. Wirth and his Two Sons
8. Leclerc and Chatelain, the First Martyrs in France
9. Pastor Schuch
10. James Pavanne
11. The Hermit of Livry
12. Wolsey's Victims
13. Thomas Bennet
14. John Petit
15. Thomas Bilney
16. Richard Bayfield
17. John Tewkesbury
18. James Bainham
19. John Fryth
20. Celio Curione
21. Aonio Paleario
22. William Tyndale
23. Louis Berquin
24. Jean de Caturce
25. Laurent (Alexander)
26. John van Bakker
27. Wendelmutha KlÌà̝ssen
28. Patrick Hamilton
29. George Wishart
30. Giles Tielmans
31. Justus van Ousberghen
32. Rodrigo De Valerio
33. John Nicholson (also called Lambert)
34. Anne Askew
35. Luther: His Triumph in Death