A fierce battle wages between Christ and Satan over the hearts and minds of every man, woman and child. On the front lines of this war are those who dare to shine the light of the Holy Bible on the darkness of those who would usurp God's sovereignty. In the latter years of the Middle Ages, a people called the Waldenses dared to stand against the religio-political power of a corrupt Roman Catholic Church, pitting truth against tradition and greed. This updated edition of the Scottish historian, James Aitken Wylie's classic The History of the Waldenses, chronicles the perils, plight and persecution of the Waldenses across the centuries as they devoted all they had--even their lives--to preserving the sacred truths of the Gospel and taking them to the world.
|Publisher:||Mustard Seed Imprints|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
His outstanding 3 volume "History of Protestantism" as well as his book on "The Papacy" are still inspiring witnesses to the essential truths against the Roman Catholic Church.
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