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Martyrdom: The Final Triumph of Faith

Martyrdom: The Final Triumph of Faith

'Martyrdom' Resources

Be inspired to live a passionate, God-centered life as you study what it means to suffer for Christ. More than just a history of Christian martyrs, this book will equip you to see God's purpose in suffering so that your faith might triumph in the day of adversity.

  • Foxe's Book of Martyrs at—The complete online edition of Foxe's Book of Martyrs
  • Christian History Institute—A massive collection of information on most Christian historical topics and personalities including:
  • John and Betty Stam—Encouraging experiences of two young American missionaries to China who faced martyrdom and were killed
  • Polycarp—He was a direct pupil of the apostle John. He lived during the connection between the age of the apostle and the age of the early church fathers.
  • John Bunyan—He was an English preacher and writer who were imprisoned for preaching the Gospel without permission. He wrote The Pilgrim’s Progress.
  • Ignatius of Antioch—He was the second bishop of Antioch in Syria. He was put in the Arena with two lions.
  • Prisoner Alert—A ministry of the voice of the martyrs.
  • Persecution—The voice of the martyrs; servants of the persecuted church.

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