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Light after Darkness: How the Reformers regained, retold and relied on the gospel of grace

Light after Darkness: How the Reformers regained, retold and relied on the gospel of grace
This book recounts the lives of five key figures of the European Reformation. It is a recounting that also reveals that if these lives had not been lived, western history and the story of the church would be completely different - usable history at its best.
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ISBN/EAN: 9781527103337
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Publisher: Christian Focus Publications
Author: Lee Gatiss
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The reformers related here are Ulrich Zwingli, who stood for truth in the midst of darkness; William Tyndale, who brought light into the midst of error; Martin Luther, who stood for the Gospel of freedom; John Calvin, who led the Reformation mission; and Thomas Cranmer, who spearheaded the evangelistic stragey of the Prayer Book. There is an appendix of Collects and Prayers. In 135pp. The Protestant Reformers of the sixteenth century regained, retold, and relied on the gospel of grace - and we can learn from their tragedies and triumphs, their dark deeds and noble heroics. The stories of Ulrich Zwingli, William Tyndale, Martin Luther, John Calvin and Thomas Cranmer remind us of the glorious truths which warmed the hearts and fired the souls of passionate and imperfect people, and how they tried to share the good news of Jesus Christ in their generation. Will it strengthen and inspire passionate and imperfect Christians today to emulate their clarity, their courage, and their compassion for the lost? Lee Gatiss is Duirector of Church Society, Lecturer in Church History at Union School of Theology in Bridgend, Wales, and author of books and articles.
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