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Ch. 14 - Persecutions in Great Britain and Ireland Prior to Queen Mary I

Foxe's Book of Martyrs

July 8, 2021 • T.G.

This book and its recording are in the public domain—free to read, listen, and distribute. "Foxe's Book of Martyrs contains many stories of their suffering under persecution. I encourage the young brothers and sisters to read it; the accounts in it are very inspiring and very strengthening." — W.L. "After reading Foxe's Book of Martyrs, we in the twentieth century cannot help but be baffled....When we consider the faithfulness of the martyrs of the day, we cannot help but aspire after them." — W.N.

Introduction

July 5, 2021 • R.Z.

This book and its recording are in the public domain—free to read, listen, and distribute. "Foxe's Book of Martyrs contains many stories of their suffering under persecution. I encourage the young brothers and sisters to read it; the accounts in it are very inspiring and very strengthening." — W.L. "After reading Foxe's Book of Martyrs, we in the twentieth century cannot help but be baffled....When we consider the faithfulness of the martyrs of the day, we cannot help but aspire after them." — W.N.

Ch. 1 - History of Christian Martyrs to the First General Persecutions

July 6, 2021 • K.B.

This book and its recording are in the public domain—free to read, listen, and distribute. "Foxe's Book of Martyrs contains many stories of their suffering under persecution. I encourage the young brothers and sisters to read it; the accounts in it are very inspiring and very strengthening." — W.L. "After reading Foxe's Book of Martyrs, we in the twentieth century cannot help but be baffled....When we consider the faithfulness of the martyrs of the day, we cannot help but aspire after them." — W.N.

Ch. 2 - The Ten Primitive Persecutions

July 6, 2021 • K.B.

This book and its recording are in the public domain—free to read, listen, and distribute. "Foxe's Book of Martyrs contains many stories of their suffering under persecution. I encourage the young brothers and sisters to read it; the accounts in it are very inspiring and very strengthening." — W.L. "After reading Foxe's Book of Martyrs, we in the twentieth century cannot help but be baffled....When we consider the faithfulness of the martyrs of the day, we cannot help but aspire after them." — W.N.