TRIAL AND BURNING OF JOHN HUSS POG831
TRIAL AND BURNING OF JOHN HUSS, POGGIUS, F- Though granted a guaranty of safe conduct by the Emperor himself to appear before the Roman Catholic "Council of Constance", and defend his writings and teachings, John Huss was taken prisoner and cruelly abused. After a mockery of a trial he was convicted of heresy in 1415, was burned at the stake. A moving eye-witness account written by one of the Catholic officials who accompanied Huss and was greatly influenced by his testimony. These men took the torch handed to them by Wycliff and with God's help spread the light of the Gospel in Europe which dispelled the dark ages. 125 pp.