John Foxe entered Oxford still a boy. He was eventually elected a fellow of Magdalen College, and from 1539 to 1545 he studied church history. He converted to Protestantism and […]
The darkest times are ripest for revival. John Foxe observed: “What time there seemed to be no spark of pure doctrine remaining, Wycliffe, by God’s providence, sprang up, through whom […]
Latimer assured Buckenham that the English were smart enough to understand metaphors.