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The Writings of John Bradford, vol. 2

by Bradford, John

Cambridge University Press 1853

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Overview

John Bradford—academic, priest, and martyr—was one of the sixteenth century’s most influential Reformers. Known for his spiritual devotion, Bradford was imprisoned under Mary I in 1553; he was executed in 1555. In true Reformer fashion, Bradford encouraged his readers to live devout lives and pursue holiness. Volume two of The Writings of John Bradford includes Bradford’s biography and letters, as well as exhortations, essays, and clergy eulogies.

The Writings of John Bradford is essential for any study of Reformed theology and history. It’s perfect for students, pastors, and anyone interested in the life and teachings of this Reformation martyr. In the Logos edition, key words and Scripture references link to the other resources in your digital library, making this volume easily accessible for Reformation studies.

Key Features

  • More than 400 pages of letters, meditations, and exhortations
  • Writings from one of the most influential Reformation martyrs
  • Biographical notice of John Bradford

Contents

  • Biography
  • Letters of Master John Bradford
  • Three Pieces from Emmanuel MSS., Cambridge
  • Confutation of Four Romish Doctrines
  • Hurt of Hearing Mass
  • Meditation of the Kingdom of Christ
  • Complaint of Verity
  • Index

Product Details

  • Title: The Writings of John Bradford, vol. 2
  • Author: John Bradford
  • Publisher: University Press
  • Publication Date: 1853
  • Pages: 489

About John Bradford

John Bradford (1510–1555) was born in England. A man of diverse talents, he worked as an accountant, a law student, and a priest. Bradford sided with the Church of England, and after Mary I took the throne in 1553, he was imprisoned under false charges. After watching prisoners being led to their execution, he uttered his best-known saying: “There, but for the grace of God, goes John Bradford.”