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Donald Cargill was a Scottish Presbyterian when such were outlawed. One listener said his sermons “came from his heart and went to the heart. He spake as never man spake, […]
Never, never will we desist till we have wiped away this scandal from the Christian name, released ourselves from the load of guilt, and extinguished every trace of this bloody traffic.
Protestantism came of age amid the perils and persecutions of sixteenth-century England partly because of a brave man who was neither preacher nor politician—printer John Day. He was born during […]