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Life as a Galley Slave
Because of his beliefs, Knox suffered this punishment for 19 months. What was it like?

Murder comes to the Archbishop
The Scottish Reformation began with the assassination of the highest church official in the land – Cardinal David Beaton, archbishop of St. Andrews. It was an act of revenge for Beaton’s execution of George Wishart. Here is one historian’s crisp descripti

Camp Meetings and Circuit Riders: Did You Know?
Little Known Facts about Camp Meetings and Circuit Riders

John Knox: Did You Know?
Little-known and remarkable facts about John Knox’s life and times.

The Apostle Paul and His Times: Did You Know?
Little-known and remarkable facts about Paul and his times.

Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation: Did You Know?
Little-known and remarkable facts about Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation.

Christianity on the Early American Frontier: From the Editor - Religion Untamed

John Knox and the Scottish Reformation: From the Editor - The Hard-To-Like Knox

The Apostle Paul and His Times: From the Editor - Putting Paul in His Place

Thomas Cranmer and the English Reformation: From the Editor - Ordinary Hero

Boundary Breaker
Paul of Tarsus crossed all types of barriers to gain followers for Jesus of Nazareth.

Courage When It Counted
Thomas Cranmer was the most cautious, even indecisive, of reformers—until his final hour.

Preacher of Revolution
John Knox provoked rulers, incited riots, and inspired a reformation in Scotland.

Revival at Cane Ridge
What exactly happened at the most important camp meeting in American history?

Piercing Screams and Heavenly Smiles
An eyewitness account of signs and wonders at early camp meetings.

Stench, Pain, and Misery
Life in a Roman Prison.

The Prophet Pleads Guilty
The fiery reformer was keenly aware of his own shortcomings.

Why Queen Mary Was Bloody
And why her persecution of Protestants failed

A Bird's-Eye View of a Camp Meeting

A Tale of Two Martyrs
The burning of Reformers Nicholas Ridley and Hugh Latimer

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