The Writings of John Bradford, Vol. II - Containing Letters, Treatises, Remains
The English religious martyr JOHN BRADFORD (1510-1555) was an Anglican who spent the last several years of his life in the Tower of London, imprisoned by the newly ascended Catholic queen Mary Tudor. Bradford spent his years in the Tower, before he was burned at the stake as a heretic, sharing his thoughts on God with anyone who would read them. In Volume II of Bradford's collected writings-some composed before his incarceration, and some during-discover his letters, treatises, and other assorted works, including: . treatise on the old man and the now . treatise on the flesh and the spirit . declaration concerning religion . letter to the Queen and Parliament . admonition to lovers of the Gospel . farewell to the city of London . and much more.
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