Revolt, The: A Novel in Wycliffe's England
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As a secretary at the battle of Crécy, Hugh West'all has come close to death many times in his short career. But when he leaves the war behind to enter the stone halls of Oxford, he meets John of Wycliffe and soon embarks on a mission even more exciting - and perhaps just as dangerous.
Using his scribe's quill to translate the Bible into English - the language of the common people - Hugh begins to understand the beauty of the gospel as never before. But he and his friends are not safe. The corrupt and decadent church is planning to choke Wycliffe's translation and silence him forever.
"Douglas Bond uses his unique writing style to produce a highly readable imagining of the travails of John Wycliffe... who dared to make the eternal truths of the Bible accessible... 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
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