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Stories of the Huguenots in France and Italy Grace and Truth Books
  • ISBN: 9781-59442-1297
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Page Count: 289
  • Publisher: Sprinkle Publications

Stories of the Huguenots in France and Italy, for Young People

$28.00 $22.50

Written for 12 years of age and up, contains seven famed stories of the Huguenot era, including:

Blanche Gamond: Not Accepting Deliverance, about a heroine of the Christian faith.
The Huguenot Galley-Slaves
Five Short Stories of French Protestants

These provide some of the best and most easily-read accounts of the lives of these defenders of the faith in print today. Beautifully bound hardcover.

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Stories of the Huguenots in France and Italy, for Young People

Written for 12 years of age and up, contains seven famed stories of the Huguenot era, including:

Blanche Gamond: Not Accepting Deliverance
The Huguenot Galley-Slaves
Five Short Stories of French Protestants

These provide some of the best and most easily-read accounts of the lives of these defenders of the faith in print today. Beautifully bound hardcover.

Contents

Blanche Gamond, A Heroine of the Faith: “Not Accepting Deliverance”

With a preface by Dr. Merle D’Aubigne.

  1. The Dragonnades
  2. Flight and Arrest
  3. Captivity at Grenoble
  4. The Hospital of Valence
  5. New Trials
  6. Deliverance

The Huguenot Galley-Slaves, A Story for the Young

By Rev. C. G. Barth, D.D.  Translated from the German

  1. Introductory
  2. The Flight
  3. The Imprisonment
  4. The Second Imprisonment
  5. The Third Captivity
  6. The Galleys at Dunkirk
  7. The Journey to Marseilles
  8. The Deliverance
  9. Concluding Remarks

Five Short Stories of French Protestants

From an early period of the Reformation, the Protestants of France, although embracing many of the nobility, were assailed by the most relentless persecutions. The Church of Rome has ever been the enemy of the light, and has never hesitated, where it possessed the power, to employ force and violence to prevent its diffusion.  Many had the courage to declare openly, in the presence of the enemies of the gospel, that they were resolved to live – or die – for their faith.

  1. M. De Chevenix, the persecuted invalid
  2. M. Fulcrand Rei, the devoted pastor
  3. Jean Migault, the Reader of Moulle
  4. M. Le Fevre, the prisoner of the galleys
  5. M. De Marolles, the exile arrested in his flight
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