Nicholas Ridley was one of the three Oxford martyrs. Along with Hugh Latimer and Thomas Cranmer, Ridley was tried and convicted of heresy under Queen Mary I. In 1555, outside Balliol College, Oxford, Ridley and Latimer were burned at the stake. The Works of Nicholas Ridley contains a collection of Ridley’s letters, treatises, and miscellaneous notes. Not only do these documents illustrate the views of someone at the forefront of the Protestant Reformation in England; they offer a window into the mind of a man who was willing to die for his beliefs.
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