Do these words ring a bell?
This is the story of Donald Cargill.
Set in Scotland in the colorful days of the restoration of the mornarchy under Charles 2, when to preach without license from the Crown was an offense punishable by imprisonment, banishment and even death, this book tells the story of one of the most noted and loved preachers of the day, who defied the king and Privy Council and was in consequence branded ‘rebel and traitor’ for refusing to acknowledge their jurisdiction over the church. Cargill was prepared to face years of privation and constant danger, and ultimately death itself, rather than surrender the rights of Christ alone to be Head of the Church.
One needs to hear more about this man.
This is the book for such a time as this…
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