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Obedience of a Christian Man

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In "Obedience of a Christian Man," William Tyndale explores the importance of following God's commands and living a life of obedience as a Christian. Tyndale delves into various aspects of Christian faith and practice, emphasizing the need for believers to submit to God's will and live in accordance with His teachings.

Throughout the book, Tyndale uses biblical references and practical examples to illustrate his points, making the text both informative and engaging. He argues that obedience is essential for spiritual growth and development, and that true faith is demonstrated through actions rather than words alone.

One of the key takeaways from "Obedience of a Christian Man" is the idea that obedience to God is not a burden, but a privilege. Tyndale encourages readers to embrace their faith wholeheartedly and to strive for a life of holiness and righteousness in all that they do.

Overall, "Obedience of a Christian Man" is a thought-provoking and inspiring read that challenges believers to deepen their relationship with God by obeying His commands and living out their faith in a tangible way. This book is a valuable resource for anyone seeking to grow in their walk with God and live a life that honors Him.

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"The obedience of a Christian man" begins by contrasting the life of a true Christian to those holding high positions within the Romish Church. A scathing attack against the Popes, Cardinals and Bishops living in luxury, who also refrain from teaching Scripture and would rather attach themselves to "Doctors" who often contradict themselves. Tyndale compares these men to the statements set forth in Scripture which teach that all men will be persecuted for their faith in Christ.

He then shares his treatise on how Christians of all walks ought to conduct themselves, from servants to rulers, and all members of the household.

It was for works like this that William Tyndale would eventually be executed by strangulation and as many of his works that were found were to be burned. - Summary by David Ronald

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