1. Travis Fentiman

    Newly Translated 1500's work by a Spanish Reformer

    The 1500’s Spanish reformer, Juan Perez, wrote a lengthy tract seeking to confirm and comfort protestants in the heart-breaking circumstances of living under the fear and suffering of the Spanish Inquisition. This work has been newly translated into English by Charles F. Johnson for the first...
  2. SebastianClinciuJJ

    The Magisterial Reformers and 1 Clement

    Grace and peace! Did the Magisterial Reformers (Calvin, Luther, Bucer, ...) know of 1 Clement? Are there any quotiations or references of this Church Father in their writings? I suspect that they knew of Clement from Eusebius’ Historia Ecclesiastica or from Jerome’s De Viris Illustribus, but I...
  3. Travis Fentiman

    Writings of the English Reformers

    Some of the most precious writings in Church history are the works of the reformers of the English Reformation. Many of these men gave their lives for their testimony. The Parker Society in the 1800’s published the main writings of the English reformers, which are all in the public domain...