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by Linda Lee Chaikin

ePub The Everlasting Flame: A Tale of Undying Love for Each Other and God's Word in a Dangerous Time download
Author:
Linda Lee Chaikin
ISBN13:
978-0802423399
ISBN:
0802423396
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Publisher:
Moody Pub (April 1, 1995)
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Literature & Fiction
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1722 kb
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4.8
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228

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The everlasting flame. a tale of undying love for each other and God's word in a dangerous time. by Linda Lee Chaikin. Published 1995 by Moody Press in Chicago.

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Informationen zum Titel The Everlasting Flame von Linda Lee Chaikin Set in the early days of the Protestant Reformation, this powerful book portrays two people in love with each other and with the Word of God. keywords. Golden Palaces Linda Lee Chaikin Bethany House Publishers, 1996. Endangered Linda Lee Chaikin Bethany House Publishers, 1997 .

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Courage, conviction, adventure, and romance fill every page of this exciting historical novel. Set in the early days of the Protestant Reformation, this powerful book portrays two people in love with each other and with the Word of God.
  • Loved reading this book! It helped me understand the reformation better. History books are sometimes hard to understand this book makes history fun to read.

  • I love Linda Chaikin! I discovered her last year while reading her Heart of India trilogy and she is one of my new favorite authors. I was given about six of her books for Christmas and they are high up on my reading list. The Everlasting Flame was one of the ones I was given and was high on the list.

    I was very young when I read my first biography on William Tyndale and was inspired. I read everything I could get my hands on about this man who was willing to risk everything to get the scriptures into the language and vernacular of the common people. In fact 90% of the 1611 King James Bible is Tyndale's work.

    Linda did her research on this book. However, at times she gets a little carried away with her research and forgets the reason everyone is reading her book, Justin. There are two or three chapters throughout the book where she focuses completely on Tyndale and nothing is said of the hero. Also, in order to be historical accurate, there are times where she skips a year or two. Some of these transitions are better than others.
    What I loved about this book? It makes you want to read your bible out of sheer joy that you have it. It renewed my interest in the reformers and all their work. I also loved the character of Justin. He was passionate, good with a sword as well as a pen.

    As for the romance, there was some but it was not the focus of the group. If I remember correctly, they don't even kiss until they are married. The focus of this book was truly the amazing power of God's word, not the power of love.

    If you want to be inspired by the work of the reformers, if you want to be amazed at the privilege of having scripture in English, or if you just want a wonderful historical tale, this book is for you.

  • I enjoyed this book alot. Though this isn't my favourite Linda Chaikin book I still liked it alot. This book is about love for God's Word and between two lovers who risked their lives to translate the New Testament into English when it was forbidden. Justin Brice and Regina Redford are the main fiction characters along with non-fiction character William Tyndale. Justin is sent to Rome to ease the conscience of his sin-tormented father. While in Rome Justin discovers in his daily monk rituals that this is not the way to seek forgiveness for his sins and also dares to translate the Bible from Latin into English. He escapes Rome with his life and makes back to England...to Regina who is promised to a different man. The romance is not the main focus of the story but you will get a deeper appreciation for the people who had risked their lives to bring God's light into the dark world. Admidst betrayal, danger God remains the only true light. I suggest that you read this book so that you will know how it was like to live through that era. I will read it again because it is very well-worth reading more than once.

  • I liked this book, even though the story was a bit drier than some of Linda Chaikin's other books. The basic plot is about William Tyndale and the translation of the Bible into English so that everyone could read it, but Linda Chaikin also weaves in a bit of romance through fictional characters, which makes the history go down a bit easier. My only real complaint is about the cover art...the two people portrayed on the cover are sort of silly looking. But that's just my personal opinion. I highly recommmend this book.

  • THE EVERLASTING FLAME is a book I can read over and over. I've read it 6 times, and I still don't get tired of it. It is a wonderful book because it contains Scripture and the Gospel mesage, yet anyone would find it interesting and a fabulous read. I recommend it to anyone who loves adventure, historical fiction, and God's Word.