Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Bearing Witness Review and GIVEAWAY #flyby

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About Bearing Witness: Stories of Martyrdom and Costly Discipleship

From the stoning of Stephen in the first-century Jerusalem to Nigerian Christians persecuted by Boko Haram in 2015, these stirring accounts will inspire greater faithfulness to the way of Jesus, reminding believers what costly discipleship looks like in any age. Bearing Witness brings together dozens of accounts from around the world of Christians who gave witness to their faith in the face of intense persecution, even if it costs them their lives.

In selecting stories for this book, the editors focused on Anabaptist martyrs and others who suffered for their commitment to believer’s baptism and nonviolence.

Publisher: Plough Publishing House

Category: Christianity/History

Binding: Softcover

240 pages

About the editors:
photo of Charles Moore
Charles E. Moore has complied and edited several acclaimed books and Timothy Keiderling is a researcher for the Bearing Witness Stories Project.

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Cassandra's Review-  I found this book to be interesting and full of events that I had not known about.  I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants to study more in depth about bearing witness and the stories included.


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2 comments:

  1. I would keep it for myself! :-)

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  2. I would keep this. We're a Christian family that loves finding new & interesting books to read about our faith. This definitely looks like it would be a riveting & educational read that my husband & I would both love.

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