What Did Protestant Christian Martyrs Die For? Are Their Sacrifices Irrelevant Today?

A Price to be Paid
Has the Protestant Reformation lost its relevance? Why do Protestants not know or care about the issues Protestant Christian martyrs were willing to die for? This presentation is a call to return to the Reformation principles upon which so many stood and died--a rekindling of the Reformation.

Professor Walter J. Veith reviews the sacrifice of four almost-forgotten Protestant Christian martyrs that stood for truth in England: Thomas Cranmer, Nicholas Ridley, John Rogers, and Hugh Latimer. What were the events that led to their executions? What were the doctrinal positions that they defended with their lives? What beliefs upheld them in the face of severe suffering?

Through this multimedia journey, we visit the sites of Protestant Christian martyrs. Did they die in vain?
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