Item description for Martyrs Mirror: The Story of Seventeen Centuries of Christian Martyrdom, from the Time of Christ to A.D. 1660 by Thieleman J. Van Braght, Joseph F. Sohm & Jan Luyken...
Overview The author's gigantic work, the record of Christian faith and endurance from the first century to the Anabaptist persecutions in the sixteenth century. Here are stories of men and women who died for their belief. Written in 1659 by a Dutch Mennonite to strenthen the faith of his fellow believers and tranlated into German in 1748 through 1749 at the time of the French and Indian War for the same reason. In 1886 it was translated into English. A challenge to many generations.
Publishers Description Thieleman J. van Braght's gigantic work, the record of Christian faith and endurance from the first century to the Anabaptist persecutions in the sixteenth century. Here are stories of men and women who died for their belief. Written in 1659 by a Dutch Mennonite to strengthen the faith of his fellow believers and translated into German in 1748 through 1749 at the time of the French and Indian War for the same reason. In 1886 it was translated into English. A challenge to many generations.
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Studio: Herald Press
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.7" Width: 8.1" Height: 2.6" Weight: 5.85 lbs.
Release Date Dec 12, 1938
Publisher Herald Press
ISBN 083611390X ISBN13 9780836113907
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Book review Feb 27, 2008
A part of my family research - but brings the sadness, the strength and the Christian conviction to a very harsh reality. Something all of us from those roots need to read.
An accurate history of Baptist martyrs Feb 14, 2008
This should be in the homes of every Baptist family, as it already is in most Amish families. As the book itself explains, it is a history of fifteen centuries of the suffering of the Baptist people and their martyrdom at the hands of the catholic church. A list of popes up to the time it was written is included in the back. It proves that Baptists existed long before Martin Luther, and were martyred for such sins as reading the Bible and Baptizing adults after they were saved. It is impossible to deny these facts because this book documented these horrors and was written hundreds of years ago, before political correctness came into being, using the records of governments most of which have since been destroyed. The names of hundreds of individual Baptist people are recorded along with descriptions of the accusations against them, their tortures and death. It is detailed, and too graphic for children.
Martyr's Mirror Feb 8, 2008
This is an excellent work and a great accompaniment to Foxes' Book of Martyrs. It is an enormous volume with much information I have not seen before. I highly recommend it as an addition to every Christian's library, and to anyone studying the subject of martyrdom.
An Inspiring Work of Spiritual Devotion! Jul 28, 2007
The story of the Anabaptists is one of incredible pain and spiritual triumph. This impressive work was written in the seventeenth century and recounts the stories of many men and women who suffered and often faced terrible death for what they thought was right. Apart from individuals stories, the book contains many emotionally touching letters written by martyrs to their families and friends. The book also describes the sufferings of some of the early Christians and the later Waldensians. The legacy of the Anabaptists lives on in the Amish and Mennonites. In fact, an article about Amish forgiveness in the aftermath of the recent tragic school shooting was one of the things that brought this book to my attention. Personally, I feel Christians of any denomination could take something useful from this book. Overall, "Martyr's Mirror" is an extremely powerful and moving book.
Wow! Jun 8, 2007
This is a must own book for those interested in Christian heritage. This puts Foxe's Book of Martyrs to shame. It is well worth the money you will spend on it.