Doug Bond Reformation Pack
Tour the lives of John Wycliffe, Martin Luther, Katharine von Bora, and John Knox in these beautifully written historical fiction novels. Readers will gain a new appreciation for how the light of the gospel was again rediscovered in the Reformation and the years leading up to the Reformation.
This set includes:
A Novel in Wycliffe's England
Douglas Bond uses his unique writing style to produce a highly readable imagining of the travails of John Wycliffe, the 14th century ‘heretic’ who dared to make the eternal truths of the Bible accessible to the marginalized people group of his day: English peasants. This vivid and exciting narrative reminds us of the very real challenges to Bible translation over the centuries and of the importance in carrying out the work he started.
- Bob Creson, President and CEO, Wycliffe Bible Translators
The Revolt is a feast for the senses filled with accounts of battles, deception, heartache, integrity, and devotion.
- Chuck Bentley, CEO, Crown Financial Ministries
Luther In Love
Discovering that love and marriage is complex, sacrificial, and yet intensely beautiful, Katharina von Bora, fearful of discovery, secretly pens a private memoir of her apostasy, her forbidden marriage to Martin Luther, his dangerous life and turbulent legacy, their trials and tragedies, and their joys and triumphs.
"I loved reading Luther in Love! I laughed, I wept—so much wisdom about biblical marriage! A tender and insightful look into how the Father of the Reformation, and his beloved Katie, applied the theology of the Reformation to their marriage."
- Susan Hunt, author of many books, including The Legacy of Biblical Womanhood; Director, Women’s Ministry (PCA)
"Master historical novelist Douglas Bond has done it again. Luther in Love, the fruit of extensive research, brings to life the story of Martin Luther's legacy and his marriage to Katharina von Bora...a compelling book for all readers."
- Marvin Padgett, Director CEO, Great Commission Publications
A Novel on John Knox
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John Knox, the Thundering Scott, lives a life of adventure and danger in turbulent, corrupt sixteenth-century Scotland. Finding himself a wanted man, Knox is besieged in a castle by French soldiers, seized, and made a galley slave. Yet he is unflinching in his stand for the gospel, even in the face of assassins and death, and even when his fiery preaching makes him an enemy of Mary, Queen of Scots.
Told from the perspective of a young student resolved to protect Knox no matter the cost, Douglas Bond's thrilling biographical novel provides a look at the harrowing life story of a giant of the faith. Discover the fascinating story of a timid man transformed by the grace and power of the gospel into one of the most influential figures in Scottish history.
Rich, descriptive passages paint a vivid picture of Scotland nad England during the Reformation. The spiritual aspect pf the story is richer still, inviting the reader to wrestle with the gospel truths Knox so fearlessly preached.
- Liz Curtis Higgs, author, the Lowland of Scotland series
Historically informative and spiritually inspiring, as well as highly enjoyable and fast-paced. . . . A gripping novel sure to stir the faith of anyone who longs to see the triumph of God's Word in our own time.
- Richard D. Phillips, senior minister, Second Presbyterian Church