The scene is Oxford University in medieval England, a place of high culture, intellectual activity---and danger, at least for reformer John Wycliffe, who challenges the formidable power of the Roman Catholic Church. In the midst of riots, plague, and persecution, Wycliffe risks his life to translate the Bible into English and paves the way for the Reformation. His courage will renew your appreciation for the gift of the English Bible. 134 pages, softcover from Bob Jones University Press.
John Wycliffe (1328-84) pursued his vision of an English Bible for the common man. A fictionalized biography of John Wycliffe, set in medieval England. Readers will share in Wycliffe's student days at Oxford Universityand see him work toward his goal of translating the Bible into English for all Englishmen to read.