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Heroes & History Series - Hammer of the Huguenots
Bond, Douglas

Heroes & History Series - Hammer of the Huguenots

ISBN: 9781596387638
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Book Description:

Philippe, an orphan shipwright apprentice in sixteenth-century France, is perplexed by the intense religious conflict raging about him. While his friends Maurice and Sophie cling to the good news proclaimed by the church Reformers, Philippe has not yet been persuaded to abandon the teachings of the state church in which he was raised. The gospel sounds liberating at times, but can he risk believing when persecution and bloodshed inevitably follow? As Huguenot communities are massacred and full-scale warfare breaks over France, Philippe must decide once and for all where his loyalties lie. The choices he and his friends make in these violent times may cost them everything.

Author:

Douglas Bond is the author of a number of books of historical fiction and biography. He and his wife have two daughters and four sons. Bond is an elder in the Presbyterian Church of America, a teacher, a conference speaker, and a leader of church history tours. 

Endorsements:

“A compelling historical novel. . . . Well written and informative. . . . Bond’s story captures the attention and makes the reader eager to know more about the historical characters in question.” Marc Mailloux, Missionary to the French-speaking world; Author of God Still Loves the French

Hammer of the Huguenots is a gripping story about life in sixteenth-century France. Bond’s skillful blend of fact and fiction draws the reader into the religious wars of that era and . . . exposes the theological and ethical issues faced by the Huguenots. . . . This book provides insight into a little-known but important time in the history of the church.” —J. Robert Vannoy, ThD., Emeritus Professor, The Allan A. MacRae Chair of Biblical Studies, Biblical Theological Seminary

Additional Information:

Cover: Softcover
Number of Pages: 225
Author: Bond, Douglas
Publisher: P&R Publishing
Publication Date: 2015