Eyewitness to a Massacre
"The bloodbath that started on August 24, 1572, left thousands of corpses and dozens of disturbing questions"
Order in the Church
Reforming doctrine was just the beginning of a vigorous campaign to restructure Christian life—at church, at home, and in each believer's heart.
Reformation on the Run
Lacking political protection or religious freedom, French Reformed thinkers forged a unique expression of faith.
As obscure now as his tiny native village, Pierre Viret once captured the hearts of the Huguenots.
Escape from Babylon
As repression became a way of life in France, Huguenots faced three choices: convert, go underground, or risk everything to reach le Refuge.