Below is an excerpt from Chapter 8: The Plague from Letters from Katie Luther by Shirley Casemier. _____________________ August 10, 1527 Dear Ave, The Black Plague has come to Wittenberg. The professors and students have moved the university to Jena,...
Those were the Dark Ages, the days of knights and castles and kings and queens, of monasteries, Vikings, and monks. But one monk stood out from all the rest. One monk stood firm for the truth he believed though no one stood with him at all. This is the story of Gottschalk of Orbais, a light of truth in the darkness of his age—a light of truth in ours.
For several years the RFPA has discussed publishing books for younger readers and Gottschalk: Servant of God represents our first effort. This book is intended for junior high and high school ages. Because the story is intriguing and the history of Gottschalk is not well-known, adults will also enjoy this book and find it profitable.
"Gottschalk is my hero."—Herman Hanko
"...students...student's parents, their elders and ministers. This is a volume they could all read with profound benefit."—Marvin Kamps
"Honestly, it is a very, very good book."—7th grade student
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Gottschalk: Medieval Confessor of God's Absolute Sovereignty