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eBook Saints and Heroes Since the Middle Ages (Yesterday's Classics) ePub

by George Hodges

  • ISBN: 1599150948
  • Category: Leaders and Notable People
  • Subcategory: Biography
  • Author: George Hodges
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Yesterday's Classics (September 28, 2006)
  • Pages: 216
  • ePub book: 1800 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1751 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. George Hodges (Author). An engaging introduction to the history of the church from the Reformation to modern times, taking up the story where Saints and Heroes to the End of the Middle Ages leaves off. Relates the stories of 14 saints and heroes and the contributions they made to their faith traditions. Covers Luther, More, Loyola, Cranmer, Calvin, Knox, Coligny, William the Silent, Brewster, Laud, Cromwell, Bunyan, Fox, and Wesley. Paperback: 216 pages.

Saints and Heroes seemed like it may be a good antidote to the modern religious ed. work book. Saints and Heroes may help ignite interest in subject matter again. At first our boys protested against hearing anything from it when they got wind that it was a religious book (thanks a lot religious ed. work book!) I insisted on reading at least the first one, then they could do whatever they wanted. In my (unprofessional) opinion, eight years is too young for specific doctrine on the one hand, or for vague, stand-alone versions of religious concepts on the other. Until they are old enough, books like Saints and Heroes will help lay a good ground work.

In this second volume, Hodges uses stories of the lives of fourteen well-known saints and heroes of the faith to continue the history of the church from the end of the Reformation through the 1700s. These stories recount their lives and sacrifices for the faith. These saints and heroes include: Luther, More, Loyola, Cranmer, Calvin, Knox, Coligny, William the Silent, Brewster, Laud, Cromwell, Bunyan, Fox, and Wesley

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They could sing the ballads which celebrated the courage of the heroes of Charlemagne, and could read them in the . At the age of thirty-three, Coligny was made Admiral of France

They could sing the ballads which celebrated the courage of the heroes of Charlemagne, and could read them in the pages of the books. Also they could read the New Testament, which had just been translated into French. One of the boys was made a cardinal, at the age of sixteen; one died; the other two, Gaspard and Andelot, were brought to the court of King Francis the First. At the age of thirty-three, Coligny was made Admiral of France. But the fortunes of war now turned against him. At the siege of St. Quentin, he was taken prisoner by the Spaniards.

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Book Description Yesterday's Classics, United States, 2006. An excellent introduction to the history of the church through portraits of twenty of the most important saints and heroes of the faith from the third century . to the time of the Reformation. Includes Cyprian, Athanasius, Ambrose, Chrysostom, Jerome, Augustine, Benedict, Gregory the Great, Columba, Charlemagne, Hildebrand, Anselm, Bernard, Becket, Langton, Dominic, Francis, Wycliffe, Hus, and Savonarola. Suitable for ages 11 and up. Seller Inventory AAV9781599150932. More information about this seller Contact this seller.

An engaging introduction to the history of the church from the Reformation to modern times, taking up the story where Saints and Heroes to the End of the Middle Ages leaves off. Relates the stories of 14 saints and heroes and the contributions they made to their faith traditions. Covers Luther, More, Loyola, Cranmer, Calvin, Knox, Coligny, William the Silent, Brewster, Laud, Cromwell, Bunyan, Fox, and Wesley.