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Peter Cook has a good life as a bound boy by a master who treats him like a son. Everything changes the day that Peter discovers that his master has died of the black plague and he is thrown out of the great house. Peter soon meets a group of people called…read more

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Erasmus laid the egg that Luther hatched, is what the people said. And that made Gerhard Koestler smile. He knew that Erasmus had influenced Luther's thinking. He also believed both men were trying to serve God according to the Scriptures. Gerhard lived in…read more

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John Wycliffe is a famous Oxford professor who translated the Bible into English. Wycliffe believes that everyone should be able to read the Bible. Arnold Hutton hears Wycliffe's teachings and is inspired by his ideas. Arnold learns that Wycliffe's enemies are…read more

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The Anabaptists are a small group of Christians who believe that everyone is a priest and should be able to study the Bible. They refuse to baptize their babies, and instead baptize adults on a confession of faith in Christ. Because of these heretical acts they…read more

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Recounts the story of the Anabaptists during the Reformation. The main characters are two teenage boys who are cousins and a teenage girl whose mother is dead and whose father is the most hated man in the community. This story is about their involvement in a…read more

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Explains William Tyndale's work of translating, printing, and distributing the Scripture. The main character of the story is Collin, William Tyndale's helper. Collin begins his work as a carrier boy in smuggling a copy of Luther's New Testament to William Tyndale…read more

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John Wesley is a fiery preacher who is stirring up the people in London. One day, while peddling his father's wares, Robert Upton meets Wesley and his life is changed forever. Robert and his father start going to Wesley's meetings. Gradually, Robert begins to…read more

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The Hutterites are quiet, hard working people, known for their natural medicines. They also live in communities, or Bruderhofs. Michael Bruhn, his younger sister Gudryn, and their widowed mother live in a castle in Moravia. When a doctor wearing ragged clothing…read more

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"Erasmus laid the egg that Luther hatched" is what the people said. And that made young Gerhard Koestler smile. He knew that Erasmus had influenced Luther's thinking. He also believed both men were trying to serve God according to the Scriptures. Young Gerhard…read more

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William Tyndale wants to translate the Bible into English. He feels the common people of sixteenth-century England should be able to read the Scriptures for themselves. The church and government violently disagree with him. Collin Hartley, an English boy, works…read more

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Johann Gutenberg is working on printing the first Bible with type. Twelve-year-old Hans Dunne works in Gutenberg's shop as an apprentice printer. Soon, Hans finds himself in the middle of a type-stealing mystery. Will Hans, and the other pressmen be able to keep…read more

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Louise A. Vernon explores the mystery behind the printing of King James Bible in 1611. Who was the secret editor who published the work of 54 different translators and made the Bible sing? Before Nat Culver, a son of a translator, finds out answers to these…read more