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The History and Legacy of the Huguenots

Dr. William Edgar details the French Reformation and the Huguenots, connecting it through history in order to teach us about God’s plan for his church amidst struggle. Dr. Edgar is Professor of Apologetics and John Boyer Chair of Evangelism and Culture at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He also serves as president of The Huguenot Fellowship, a non-profit organization committed to supporting the Reformation heritage in the French-speaking world.

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