'Gold Tried in the Fire': The Prophet TheaurauJohn Tany and the English Revolution
On Friday 23 November 1649, after 14 weeks of self-abasement, fasting and prayer, Thomas Totney was convinced that the Lord had spoken to him, changing his name to TheaurauJohn. This book uses its subject to ask questions about the nature of History and how it should be written.
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