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John Hooper

John Hooper awoke on the morning of February 9th, 1555 knowing that he would be burned to death. At 9:00 AM, soldiers showed up at his door, fully ready with weapons to escort him to his execution. When Hooper saw these weapons, he assured them they would not be needed, calmly saying “I am no traitor …

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Rose Allin

On the evening of March 7, 1557, Rose Allin was asked by her mother to fetch some water from a nearby well. Rose set out, carrying an iron pot for the water in one hand and a candle in the other. The local constable, Edmund Tyrell, was watching her house because Rose along with her mother and father were known to believe that salvation comes by grace alone through faith in Jesus Christ...

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John Hus

On July 6, 1415, John Hus, the greatest preacher of his generation, was sentenced to death at the stake. He taught the Bible, and he believed that people should be allowed to read the Bible in their own language. He was condemned for three reasons; he taught that every believer is part of the church, that the Bible is the sole authority, and that Jesus Christ alone is the head of His church ...

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John Lambert

John Lambert was a teacher and language scholar who was burned at the stake in 1538 for heresy, because he preached the gospel of Jesus Christ. On the day appointed for Lambert to suffer, he was brought out of the prison at eight o'clock in the morning. Being warned that the hour of his death was at hand, Lambert was brought out of the chamber into the hall. He saluted the gentlemen present, and sat down to breakfast with them, showing neither sadness nor fear...

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