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- Comes the Dawn - Your heart will be thrilled a the mighty exploits of God's faithful people and how His providence has overruled in the affairs of men and nations, that the truth of the Gospel should never be extinguished.
- Story of the Bible - From Erasmus to John Wycliffe to William Tyndale, their diligence and perseverance laid the foundation for the Bible we have today
- Champions of Freedom - John Knox and Ulrich Zwingli wage fierce and courageous battles to bring spiritual freedom to their respective countries
- Winds of Change - Strangeand wonderfulhow the winds of God's providence blow in favour of the truth.
- The Reformation Comes of Age - The precious saints of God endure many trials and tribulations. But through them all, freedom and truth burn like a spreading flame.
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|The Spreading Flame Part 1: Comes the Dawn, DVD||Available|
|The Spreading Flame Part 2: Story of the Bible, DVD||Available|
|The Spreading Flame Part 3: Champions of Freedom, DVD||Available|
|The Spreading Flame Part 4: Winds of Change, DVD||Available|
|The Spreading Flame Part 5: The Reformation Comes of Age, DVD||Available|
|Format: DVD||Vendor: Lukas Media LLC|
The Spreading Flame Part 2: Story of the Bible, DVDLukas Media LLC / DVD$3.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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The Spreading Flame Part 3: Champions of Freedom, DVDLukas Media LLC / DVD$3.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Mike Pettit4 Stars Out Of 5July 19, 2008Mike PettitThis series is a difficult item to rate as while it is in some ways very good it does let itself down badly at the same time.It is quite detailed and uncovers some neglected historical gems, it is in its own dry way quite engaging and the production qualities are fine if not outstanding. It is not a superficial or slapdash production and I did find it quite moving at times.It does have a problem though in that at times its scholarship is sadly lacking. It repeats some quite mad assertions (i.e. that the Albigensians were good orthodox Christians suffering under the heel of Rome) for what can only be a desire to believe that everything that Rome did was evil and all who opposed Rome were good. As a Westminster Confession man I have no problem with a good crack at Rome but that does not mean that you should play loosely with historical fact.
Larry Doornbos2 Stars Out Of 5May 16, 2008Larry DoornbosWhile filled with good information, the production quality and presentation make these DVD's suitable only for the most avid fan of church history. This is not a suitable resource for most church settings.
Henry Delgado5 Stars Out Of 5November 16, 2007Henry DelgadoI have found this series insightful, thought provoking and helpful in my personal studies of Church History. I recommend it to beginners specially.
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