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The New Foxes Book Of Martyrs Updated In Modern Language More captivating than any novel, this work shows the amazing grace of God that came to countless Christians at the moment of their martyrdom. Best Download eBook The New Foxes Book Of Martyrs Author John Foxe – wholesalesweetshop.co.uk

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  1. There is only one word that springs to mind on concluding a book like this grateful I am grateful that none of these terrible things have happened to me..yet This classic book documents Christian martyrs through the centuries There are some updated chapters running to the publication in 1997 The details are gruesome but factual, they are not sensationalised They don t need to be as the terrible things that were done to some of these faithful p...

  2. Fascinating but slow going To be sipped a few pages a day Lots of notes and archaisms, given that the first edition appeared c 1535 I m always delighted by stories of Roman Catholic barbarity Toward that end, I ve also enjoyed Benzion Netanyahu s exquisite The Origins of the Inquisition in Fifteenth Century Spain yes, he is Bibi s father Sir Steven Runciman s gripping A History of the Crusades in 3 volumes James Shapiro s fascinating Oberammergau The Troubling Story of the World s Most Fascinating but slow going To be sipped a few pages a day Lots of notes and archaisms, given that the first edition appeared c 1535 I m always delighted by stories of Roman Catholic barbarity Toward that end, I ve also enjoyed Benzion Netanyahu s exquisite T...

  3. I m learning what it means to truly stand for what you believe in, and that Christianity will not die no matter what Many men of power have hated true christianity and all those who followed Jesus Christ and His principles And they tried in vain to use their power and influence to erase christianity and the memory of it from the earth Men of power even today try to get rid of christianity through many means Some may use the means of execution and physical torture for any captured followers o I m learning what it means to truly stand for what you believe in, and that Christianity will not die no matter what Many men of power have hated true christianity and all those who followed Jesu...

  4. Whoa This book blew my mind, in the best way possible Normally I am very disturbed by scary or gruesome details, but for some reason this book did not bother me in that way and I was able to go on reading, and in fact, be incredibly edified by the stories I suppose that in my mind, if suffering is explicitly for the gospel it feels different And indeed I felt strengthened by the stories of those saints who have gone before me I truly had no idea of the extent of the persecution for a thousa Whoa This book blew my mind, in the best way possible Normally I am very disturbed by scary or gruesome details, but for some reason this book did not bother me in that way and I was able to go on reading, and in fact, be incredibly edified by the stories I suppose that in my mind, if suffering is explicitly for the gospel it feels different And indeed I felt strengthened by the stories of those saints who have gone before me I truly had no idea of the extent of the persecution for a thousand years after the ti...

  5. As a new Christian, a teenager, in 1969 I read Foxe s Book of Martyrs Those powerful stories ignited me, raised the bar of my commitment to Christ, and gave me a love for persecuted Christians I pray this wonderful book from Voice of the Martyrs will do the same for ...

  6. Every Christian should read this book.

  7. The Renaissance of the fifteenth through sixteenth centuries, generally thought of in glowing terms of cultural and artistic re birth, had its dark side The development of political absolutism, which Niccolo Machiavelli prescribed in The Prince, combined with the crisis of the Reformation led to many shameful episodes of religious intolerance and butchery The Inquisition, the Thirty Years War, the Saint Bartholomew s Day Massacre, the anti popes, and England s Marian Persecutions have tainted, The Renaissance of the fifteenth through sixteenth centuries, generally thought of in glowing terms of cultural and artistic re birth, had its dark side The development of political absolutism, which Niccolo Machiavelli prescribed in The Prince, combined with the crisis of the Reformation led to...

  8. Well, if you ever want to know the depths of cruelty that humans can sink to, when people don t think the way they want you to, this is the book for you At least 9 of the original 12 apostles were martyred, beheaded, stoned, crucified, and worse, for their faith, and it only goes downhill from there.This follows history throughout the ages, as the church absconds, for lack of a better word with lands, money, and titles by accusing anyone, albeit, rich or poor of not being part of the church Well, if you ever want to know the depths of cruelty that humans can sink to, when people don t think the way they want you to, this is the book for you At least 9 of the original 12 apostles were martyred, beheaded, stoned, crucified, and worse, for th...

  9. How can we not continue to serve Him, with so great a cloud of witnesses that have gone before us We have not resisted unto death, but many hero s of the faith have done so Jesus Christ is worth it all

  10. A book about Christians killed for their beliefs14 November 2012 This is a book all about Christian martyrs and it makes pretty grim reading Basically, it is all about people who were persecuted for their faith and underwent incredible suffering and hardship before dying in some of the most gruesome manners possible In fact it is an incredibly depressing book and one that as a Christian I found very hard to read Mind you, it is not something that we of any faith or persuasion should ignore, e A book about Christians killed for their beliefs14 November 2012...