William Tyndale, the Smuggler's Flame (Torchbearers Series)
William Tyndale lived a life of adventure and danger, dodging the king's men, fleeing from his enemies and meeting with smugglers in the dead of night. What brought a well-educated young English man to such a state? Was he...
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William Tyndale lived a life of adventure and danger, dodging the king's men, fleeing from his enemies and meeting with smugglers in the dead of night.
What brought a well-educated young English man to such a state? Was he an outlaw? Was he a thief? No he was a Bible smuggler and a brave one at that.
Tyndale wanted other English speakers to be able to read God's word in their own language but there were many who tried to put a stop to that. However, Tyndale's work was God's work and it would not be stopped even after Tyndale's death.
One day there was a translation of the Bible in the English language and it lit a fire in people's hearts that would not be put out. Read and learn about how God wants us to be brave and courageous and to stand up for the Truth!
William Tyndale lived a life of adventure and danger. Tyndale was a Bible smuggler and his work was God's work. Read and leam about how God wants us to be brave and courageous and to stand up for the Truth!
J.C. Ryle has become one of the most loved of British authors on church matters. He was the first Bishop of Liverpool managing to establish a thriving diocese in that most sectarian of English cities. Although a convinced Evangelical he was regarded as fairminded with those who disagreed with him. Even Ryle's opponents in church politics wept when he died.His books have remained in print for a hundred years because Ryle was able to touch the person in the street with clear teaching on doctrinal matters. He showed how the Bible was relevant.His writings thus lend themselves to a devotional format and here is a new selection different to any that have gone before. Here Eric Russell Ryle's biographer has arranged writings according to themes that develop the reader's understanding on a topic before moving on to new pastures.It is as refreshing as it is profound.
A pastor's daughter and now a pastor's wife, Lori Rich's admiration for the lives of those who sacrificed themselves for the sake of the gospel drove her to write this book, and she looks forward one day to meeting William Tyndale in heaven. In addition, she loves The Chronicles of Narnia and The Screwtape Letters, and all things Lewis.