Author: B. G. Wilkinson
Subject/Genre: History of Reformation
Publisher: Hartland Publications
Size: 6x9 inches
The prominence given to the 'Church in the Wilderness' in the Scriptures establishes without argumentation the existence of such an organization and emphasizes its importance.
The writer of this book has sought to bring together in a comprehensive view the forceful, even if at times apparently disjointed, narrative of the church in the wilderness in different countries. The cumulative character of the historical proof will be clear to the seeker after truth. Supported by the many converging lines of evidence, the author believes that he has opened new doors into the realm of history in which the providence of God has a most prominent place.
The Spirit of Christ, burning in the hearts of loyal men who would not compromise with paganism, sent them forth to many lands to brave ignorance, intolerance and persecution in order to win souls. Read their stories and see the strong light of God's people. The Holy Spirit will use this book to share the blessing promised to those who live victoriously in the closing chapter of the earth's history.