Foxe's Book of Martyrs Hardback
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Foxe's Book of Martyrs
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- Mark Mittelberg, Executive Director of Evangelism for the Willow Creek Association and author of Becoming a Contagious Church
From the first-century stoning of Stephen through his own perilous time,Reformation-era England, John Foxe recounts the lives, sufferings, and triumphant deaths of dozens of Christian martyrs. [Some were people of rank and influence. Some were ordinary folk. Some were his friends.] Four centuries later, these deeply moving accounts of faith and courage mark a path for modern Christians to measure the depth of their commitment.
This edition, edited by William Byron Forbush (1868-1927), contains Foxes original material as well as some later additions (see chapters 5 , 6, & 10 particularly).
Hendrickson Christian Classics is planned to include all the timeless books that generations of believers have treasured. Each volume in the series is freshly retypeset, while thoughtful new prefaces explore their spiritual and historical contexts. For contemporary readers, here is an essential library of Christian wisdom through the ages.
Foxe's Book of Martyrs by John Foxe was published by Hendrickson in November 2005 and is our 20998th best seller. The ISBN for Foxe's Book of Martyrs is 9781565637818.
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|Page last updated||16th April 2017|
|Author / Artist||John Foxe|
|Publisher||Hendrickson (November 2005)|
|Number of Pages||392|