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All articles & reviews tagged with nicholas-ridley

Review

July 2009
Reviews > Book

The noble martyrs of Kent

This is a reprint of a book first published in 1924. It makes the reader aware of the faithful and courageous stand for the truth that cost men and women their lives, particularly in the reign of Mary Tudor, queen of England between 1553 and 1558. The book goes through the towns and villages…

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The Marian Martyrs – Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley

Historical

November 2005
Articles > Historical

The Marian Martyrs – Hugh Latimer and Nicholas Ridley

Two of the outstanding leaders of the English Reformation, High Latimer and Nicholas Ridley, were burned at the stake in Oxford on 16 October 1555. The site of their martyrdom in Broad Street is marked by a simple cross in the pavement. A more elaborate memorial stands round the corner in St Giles. Their…

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Historical

October 2000
Articles > Historical

Nicholas Ridley – The cause of truth

Now began the greatest part of Ridley’s witness to the cause of the Reformation in England and to biblical truth. Last month, we traced his life up to the time he was imprisoned by the newly-enthroned Mary Tudor. From the early days of his imprisonment he did all that he could, by word of…

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Historical

September 2000
Articles > Historical

Nicholas Ridley – The Reformation years

Along with Cranmer and Latimer, Nicholas Ridley was one of the three principal figures of the English Reformation. It is thought that he was born 500 years ago, in 1500, which is why we are remembering him this year. Some consider him to be the leading thinker of the English Reformers. At his trial…

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