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Hubert Ellerdale (Rhind)

SKU 978-0921100096


A Tale of the Days of Wycliffe written by W. Oak Rhind.  "For Christians the Reformation of 1517 is often the pivotal turning point in history when Protestants removed the chains of the Roman clergy. The author in this historical fiction book draws back the curtains of history a bit...


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Product Details:

  • Paperback:  231 pages
  • Published:  2000
  • ISBN:  9780921100096
  • Author:  W. Oak Rhind



  • Christine Farenhorst in Christian Renewal: Christians often tend to look on the Reformation as the pivotal turning point in history during which the Protestants took off the chains of Rome. This small work of fiction draws back the curtains of history a bit further than Luther's theses. Wycliffe was the morning star of the Reformation and his band of Lollards a band of faithful men who were persecuted because they spoke out against salvation by works. Hubert Ellerdale was such a man and his life (youth, marriage, and death), albeit fiction, is set parallel to Wycliffe's and Purvey's.


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