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John Foxe
Pious humanist who sparked the Reformation
Henry VIII
Defender of the faith
John Knox
Presbyterian with a sword
Brother Lawrence
Practitioner of God's presence
John of the Cross
Spanish mystic of the soul's dark night
William Law
Champion of the serious, devout, and holy life
Standing Alone for Unity
The attempt to bring European Christians together forced one reformer, Caspar Schwenckfeld, straight to the fringe.
What Luther Said
When Martin Luther stood up for his ideas at the Diet of Worms, did he really say, "Here I stand"?
Eyewitness to a Massacre
The bloodbath that started on August 24, 1572, left thousands of corpses and dozens of disturbing questions.
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