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"We in the west sorely need to craft a theology of martyrdom it would put backbone into our proclamation and living, and help us remember brothers and sisters going through fiery trials even today in other parts of the world. Remembering men like John Rogers is a great help in the development of such a theology." From the foreword by Michael Haykin, Principal and Professor of Church History and Reformed Spirituality, Toronto Baptist Seminary, Toronto, Ontario
All Christians should know something about the Protestant Reformers and here Tudor history is brought into our reach. It also inspires faith in Christ, who alone is worth living and dying for. Highly recommended. – Peter Fenne (Evangelicals Now)
I am the 14th great gof John Rogers. I was very moved by your writings concerning John Rogers and the careful detail in your research. Having completed the book this week I was often moved to tears when contemplating what I read. I wish to share with you my gratitude for your work. Your book has touched my heart, and inspires me to do the same for others making this almost forgotten legacy a part of our knowledge of who we are. – Tracy Rogers
I was so blessed by this biography and personally challenged by this man’s undying commitment to Christ. – Paul Tautges (Immanuel Bible Church)
This is very relevant for Christians in Britain today. Buy the book and read it. – John Hall
As Rev. Rogers is my 13th Great-Grandfather, I found this book to be extremely informative. Highly recommend to anyone and/or any other descendants of Rev. John Rogers. – Amazon.com
This book beautifully displays the background and history of his life. – Amazon.com
I highly recommend this book not only to readers interested in John Rogers and the English Reformation, but readers interested in learning about a Christian martyr who stood up for Biblical truth in a dark time. – Amazon.com
I highly recommend this book to introduce a new generation to Rogers and his the unwavering commitment of Christ. This book is a must read for today's Christian church, which sorely needs to develop a theology of commitment to Christ and the truth about Him amidst our life of ease. – Scott Matthew Dix (Amazon.com)
About the Author:
Tim Shenton is the head teacher of St Martin’s School and an elder at Lansdowne Baptist Church, Bournemouth, England. He is married with two daughters. He has written twenty books, and researched extensively on church history, specializing in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. His published works by Day One include Heroes of revival, Our perfect God, Jesus in Luke’s Gospel and two other selections of children’s daily readings, expositional commentaries on some of the Minor Prophets and Opening up 1 Thessalonians
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