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Glimpses of Truth (The Wycliffe Version of the Bible) (Book of Books) Jack  Cavanaugh

Glimpses of Truth (The Wycliffe Version of the Bible) (Book of Books)

Jack Cavanaugh

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After reading this book I looked up at all the Bibles on my shelves and wept. - Bookstore ownerAn extraordinary intellect, the love of a beautiful woman, and a remarkable mission — life holds great promise for Thomas Torr. Chosen by theMoreAfter reading this book I looked up at all the Bibles on my shelves and wept. - Bookstore ownerAn extraordinary intellect, the love of a beautiful woman, and a remarkable mission — life holds great promise for Thomas Torr. Chosen by the illustrious John Wycliffe to assist in translating the Latin Vulgate into English, the young peasant senses God calling him to an incredible destiny.And danger. By order of the Roman Church, possession of an English Bible is punishable by death. Yet now, the Vatican itself seems willing to grant Thomas an audience.His hopes high for defending Wycliffe’s translation, Thomas journeys from his home in rural England to the grandeur of Rome — and thus begins an incredible adventure, leading from the catacombs of Rome to the hinterlands of Britain. So, too, commences a baptism by fire that threatens to consume all he holds dear — his life, his reputation, and his future with the woman he loves.More than just a novel, GLIMPSES OF TRUTH is a vivid and accurate description of church history. Here are characters to fall in love with, exotic settings, drama, and intrigue . . . and an ending that will stir anew your desire to fulfill God’s call on your life.Forward and Afterword by William E. Nix provides the historical setting for this compelling story of passion, power, and heroism in the battle to read the Bible in one’s own language.Also by Jack Cavanaugh —BEYOND THE SACRED PAGE (The Tyndale Version of the Bible)The compelling story of a vulnerable woman, a driven man, and a remarkable book.The year: 1535.He had always loved her...and only her. Shes in love with a book and a cause he has vowed to destroy.A passionate heretic hunter, Pernell Foxe has dedicated his life to protecting the sacred Scriptures from those infidels who translate it into the vulgar tongue and distribute it among the masses.Meg Foxe, his wife, is haunted by her violent past and tortured by nightmares. She finds comfort in her husbands arms...when hes home. Then one night, soldiers pound on her door and whisk her away to Whitehall Palace to help calm the tempestuous Anne Boleyn, Queen of England. While there, Meg confiscates a banned new Testament from three of the queens attendants, intending to destroy it. But the book falls open, and she is captivated and soothed by its words...An intricate plot offering surprising twists and turns. A pleasure to read. - Publishers Weekly