In the preface to The Letters of the Martyrs, Myles Coverdale asks the following question about the courageous authors whose letters are contained in this volume: “How could they be so patient, so quiet of mind, so cheerful and merry in adversity and strait captivity?” The Letters of the Martyrs includes inspirational and moving letters from over 20 men executed for preaching and teaching the Gospels of Christ. Each letter contains a brief explanation about the letter writer’s relationship to the addressee as well as a brief synopsis of the letter’s contents.
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Myles Coverdale(1488—1569) was educated at Cambridge and known for his work in translating the Bible into the English vernacular, producing the first complete Bible in English in 1535. He became bishop of Exeter in 1551, but fled during the Reformation. Coverdale spent time living and working in Germany, Switzerland, and Denmark before settling in London as the rector of St. Magnus.