Marie Durand by Simonetta Carr

Thursday, 31 Dec 2015

No amount of freedom is worth the compromise of biblical teachings" (52). This maxim can serve as a reminder of Christian priorities at a time when religious freedom remains under threat throughout the world. In Marie Durand, Simonetta Carr reflects on persecuted Protestants in eighteenth-century France. After the revocation of the right to peaceful worship, Marie Durand was one of many who were unwilling to compromise the gospel and thus suffered the loss of freedom, livelihood, wealth, and public esteem. Many lost their lives. Marie was imprisoned in a tower for more than thirty years, having only ...

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