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Martyrs' Prayers: Seeking God in the Midst of Suffering by [Arnold, Duane]
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“What would you die for?” It is one of the ultimate questions, as we all treasure our lives. Yet, here they are, those who sacrificed their lives for something unseen. Christians who through the centuries have died for their faith and have left to us their prayers. From Stephen who died beneath the walls of Jerusalem in the first century to a young Iranian Christian shot in Tehran in 1981, they continue to speak to us even in their death.
We live in an age of uncertainty, spiritual pluralism and, in much of the western world, material excess. The prayers of the martyrs come to down through the centuries to challenge our assumptions and the “comfortable Christianity” so often delivered from pulpits and television screens week by week. These prayers remind us of the worthiness of Christ and the costliness of the Gospel.
We are humbled by the commitment shown and the price paid. We are encouraged by their honesty and their grace. We are inspired by their vision.
Martyrs’ Prayers comes to remind us and challenge us in our faith.
Previously published as Prayers of the Martyrs (1991) and Beyond Belief (2002).

About the Author

Duane W.H. Arnold, PhD, is a church historian and author. He has served in academic and parochial posts both in Europe and America. Arnold has authored numerous articles and books including, The Way, The Truth, and The Life (1982), Francis. A Call to Conversion (1988), The Early Episcopal Career of Athanasius (1991) and Martyrs' Prayers (2018). In addition to his academic work, Arnold is part of the musical collective, The Project, and has recorded two albums, Martyrs Prayers (based upon this book) and Mystic Chapel.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
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  • Print Length: 146 pages
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  • Publisher: Reader Hill; 3 edition (18 November 2018)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B07KP1V1KT
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