The Writings of John Bradford, Vol. I - Containing Sermons, Meditations, Examinations
Cosimo, Inc., Jan 1, 2007 - Religion - 608 pages
The English religious martyr JOHN BRADFORD (1510-1555) was an Anglican who spent the last several years of his life in the Tower of London, imprisoned by the newly ascended Catholic queen Mary Tudor. Bradford spent his years in the Tower, before he was burned at the stake as a heretic, sharing his thoughts on God with anyone who would read them. In Volume I of Bradford's collected writings-some composed before his incarceration, and some during-discover his sermons, meditations, and examinations, including: . sermon on repentance . his preaching before the court of Edward VI . meditation on the Lord's Prayer . meditation on the sober use of the body . meditation on true mortification . meditation on Death . instructions for prayer . a sweet contemplation of Heaven . and much more.
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