|Statement||edited by David Loades/|
|Series||St. Andrews studies in Reformation history|
|Contributions||Loades, D. M.|
|LC Classifications||BX5199.F62 J64 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 340 p. :|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||96037218|
Foxe's Book of English Martyrs: Reformation Heroes Who Paid the Price for Our Religious and Political Freedoms [John Foxe, Hilda Hoel Schroetter, Mark O. Hatfield] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Foxe's Book of English Martyrs: Reformation Heroes Who Paid the Price for Our Religious and Political FreedomsAuthor: John Foxe. John Foxe, (born , Boston, Lincolnshire, Eng.—died Ap , Cripplegate, London), English Puritan preacher and author of The Book of Martyrs, a graphic and polemic account of those who suffered for the cause of Protestantism. The real Foxe's Book of Martyrs reveals the true horror-- believers boiled to death,dragged through the streets, sewed up in skins and eaten by dogs, joints dislocated reset and dislocated again and again, women impaled on stakes, skinned ed simply for reading the Bible or refusing to acknowledge the Pope except as antiChrist/5(). Often called Foxe's Book of Martyrs, the history has become a Christian classic. There was a time when the Bible and Foxe's work were the only two books many Christians ever read. John Foxe was born in in Boston, England, just as the Reformation began to dawn.
John Foxe and the True, Universal, English Church Angela Ranson* In Acts and Monuments, often called the Book of Martyrs, John Foxe linked sixteenth-century English martyrs to the ancient Christian martyrs by paralleling their steadfast faith, their bravery on the days of their execution, and their resistance to enemies of the faith. Buy John Foxe and the English Reformation (St Andrews Studies in Reformation History) Illustrated edition by Loades, D. M. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : D. M. Loades. In Foxe published his research in a Latin martyrology of pages. Mary's persecution of English Protestants, many of whom were Foxe's friends, forced him to begin a revision immediately. Appendix - a finding list of extant 16th- and 17th-century editions of John Foxe's "Acts and Monuments", David Newcombe. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary Part of a series tracing the history of the English Reformation, this volume focuses on the 16th century English martyrologist John Foxe.
John Foxe chronicled the events and martyrdoms of the Reformation. This book, Acts and Monuments of the Church, is popularly named Foxe’s Book of Martyrs. It is a unique work that gives readers an insight into Protestant life and thinking. This book has been influential in America and England since the sixteenth century. John Foxe, Evangelicalism, and the Oxford Movement [Penny] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Samuel Roffey Maitland waged a vituperative crusade in the 19th century against John Foxe, the editors of the Acts and Monuments. John Foxe wrote the first English history of the Ottoman Empire in his magnum opus, The Acts and exceeds contemporary representations in his extremely negative image of Islam and the «Turks,» who are identified as Antichrist and the epitome of : $ Foxe’s Book of Martyrs is one of the great classics of Christianity, detailing the history of Christian persecution from the earliest days of the church to the Protestant h educator and historian John Foxe produced four editions in his lifetime (, , , ), published by his friend John Day, and titled initially, The Acts and Monuments of Matters Happening .