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Lukas Media LLC The Spreading Flame Part 4: Winds of Change, DVD

Step back in time to meet the scholars, martyrs, and leaders who fortified the foundations of the Reformation and fanned The Spreading Flame. From Ulrich Zwingli's faithful proclamation of biblical truth and the overthrow of the Papacy in Switzerland to Thomas Cranmer and Thomas Cromwell's courageous negotiations with Rome on behalf of Henry VIII in England, you'll see countries transformed and be inspired to serve God faithfully in this century! Approx. 80 minutes.
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Review 1 for The Spreading Flame Part 4: Winds of Change, DVD
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QUALITY OF THIS SERIES CONTINUED

Date:February 17, 2013
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Carolyn Johnson
Location:Golden Valley, MN
Age:Over 65
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I learned a lot from this part of the The Spreading Flame series. The story of Zwingli's contributions to the Reformation was continued here, and was very well done. In the switch to England and Cranmer's and Cromwell's work, the excellent narration, visual elements, and information given, the high quality of the series continued. I'll never forget the ending of this part--that because of Henry VIII, of all people, the Word of God could be read by anyone in England. Our great God certainly does overrule the foolishness of men!
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Review 2 for The Spreading Flame Part 4: Winds of Change, DVD
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Date:July 31, 2007
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Daniel Smith
It is wee bit bias to Protestant side. It would be better, if just stuck to facts rather than knocking the Catholics.
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