Through thirty years of ministry, the voice of Hugh Latimer was the clearest and most influential in England for the great truths of the Reformation. His simple gospel message, and condemnation of the church's false teaching, was despised by the church authorities, but applauded by King Henry VIII and loved by the ordinary people.
This book is a helpful introduction to the life of one of England's leading Reformers. It highlights the state of the nation in the sixteenth century and, alongside that, brings out the godliness, conviction, courage and skill of Latimer.
"Hannula beautifully captures Latimer's gospel spirit and made me, for one, desire to be a better preacher for my Saviour and His cause."? - Ian Hamilton, Pastor, Cambridge Presbyterian Church, England