Anne Boleyn Paperback
by Colin Hamer;
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But this woman, who was in the grave by the age of thirty-six and on the throne of England for only three years, provokes strong reactions from many. Was she an immoral woman who seduced Henry away from his rightful wife for the advancement of family and personal gain? In this well-researched, fresh look at Anne, Colin Hamer sets her in her context as a young woman who had come to true faith in Christ, and shows the impact for good she made from her position of influence, an impact we still benefit from today.
Anne Boleyn by Colin Hamer was published by Day One in January 2001 and is our 11471st best seller. The ISBN for Anne Boleyn is 9781846250835.
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Anne BoleynMary Bartholomew, via The Good Book Stall
This is the story of the turbulent times of Henry VIII, and his separation of the church from Rome in order to get his own way and marry Anne. Told with Anne as the central character, Colin Hamer has been able to show how much influence she had on affairs of the time and how enemies jealous of that influence sought to bring her down. Sadly they succeeded, but many thing had been changed in Anne’s time that were irreversible and those who shared her Evangelical faith were in the end free to worship as they chose. I learnt much from this slim volume, and appreciated the chance to see things from a different perspective.
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Details for Anne Boleyn
|Page last updated||13th October 2009|
|Author / Artist||Colin Hamer|
|Publisher||Day One (January 2001)|
|Number of Pages||141|