Showing posts with the label Martyrs

Facing Death with Clarity and Anticipation

Leonor de Cisneros and Other Women of the Spanish Reformation

Anne Askew and Her Influence on the English Reformation

The Reformation and Martyrdom

PATRICK HAMILTON; Scotland’s Royal Martyr

Suffering, Martyrdom, and Rewards in Heaven1

The Abitinian Martyrs – The Christians Who Couldn’t Do Without a Lord’s Day Service.

Pomponio Algerio and His Resolute Faith

Perpetua and Felicitas – Two Martyred Mothers

Blandina – God’s Strength in Weakness

The Testimony and Martyrdom of ANNE ASKEW

Estifanos of Gwendagwende – Reformer and Martyr

No Other Foundation: History of Christianity, 100 - 500AD

John Huss: Story of a Martyr

Calvin’s Letter To Five Missionaries About To Be Martyred For The Gospel

Scotland's Protestant Martyrs: Thomas Forret

Cowardice, Courage, and the Death of Cranmer

‘Scotland’s last martyr’ : remembering James Renwick

The Martyrdom Of George Wishart - 1 March 1546

1688: James Renwick, to end the Killing Time