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Martyrs Mirror

Martyrs-Mirror.jpg Martyrís Mirror was written and published in 1659 by a Dutch Mennonite, Thieleman J. van Braght. One of the reasons why van Braght compiled this massive work was to strengthen the faith of his fellow believers, now that persecution of the Mennonites in the Netherlands had largely ended.

Martyrís Mirror contains classic accounts of more than 4,000 Christians who endured suffering, torture, and a martyrís death because of their simple faith in the gospel of Christ. It also includes more than 50 finely detailed etchings by noted Dutch artist Jan Luyken.

Thieleman J. van Braght
Thieleman J. van Braght
Songs, letters, prayers, and confessions appear with the stories of many nonresistant Christians who were able to love their enemies and return good for evil.

In 1748, American Mennonites had Martyrsí Mirror translated into German, on the eve of the French and Indian War. They wanted to strengthen their brethren to resist the temptation to be drawn into this worldly struggle for power. In 1886, Martyrs Mirror was translated into English to challenge generations of Christians in North America.

This enduring work calls believers to follow Jesus in all areas of life, even unto death. Come what may, true Christian commitment demands supreme discipleship and steadfast adherence to the teachings modeled by Jesus and his apostles.

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This is the most-widely read Anbaptist (Mennonite) book of all time. This massive work contains three early Mennonite confessions of faith, accounts of Christian martyrs from the days of the apostles up to the time of the Reformation, and accounts of Anabaptist martyrs up through the early 17th century.
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115 Engravings from Jan Luyken

Jan Luyken was a noted 17th century Dutch artist, who furnished the copper etchings for Martyrs Mirror. These illustrations depict the martyrdoms of faithful Christians throughout history, including the 12 apostles, the early Christians, the Waldensians, and the Anabaptists.

This CD-ROM contains in JPEG and TIFF formats, all of the original 104 engravings for Martyrs Mirror, plus 11 additional martyrdom scenes. These pictures are royalty free and can be used for websites, newsletters, books, screen savers, or any other purpose you desire.
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This is the most-widely read Anabaptist (Mennonite) work of all time. This massive work contains three early Mennonite confessions of faith, accounts of Christian martyrs from the days of the apostles up to the time of the Reformation, and accounts of Anabaptist martyrs up through the early 17th century in PDF. This PDF file does not contain any pictures.
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