Letters of John Huss


Read by Rom Maczka

(4.8 stars; 6 reviews)

Personal correspondence of Bohemian religious reformer John Huss (Jan Hus) from 1411 when he was exiled from Prague through his death by burning as heretic in 1415 by order of the Council of Constance. These were first published in 1536 by the German Protestant reformer Martin Luther and his introduction is included here. - Summary by Rom Maczka (6 hr 10 min)

Chapters

Introduction 40:51 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters I:1-5 25:52 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters I:6-10 35:35 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters 1:11-15 31:16 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:1-5 23:01 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:6-10 17:50 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:11-15 17:44 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:16-25 30:09 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:26-30 18:47 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:31-35 15:04 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:36-40 24:10 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:41-45 17:56 Read by Rom Maczka
Letters II:46-56 33:57 Read by Rom Maczka
Remarks 38:22 Read by Rom Maczka

Reviews

Huss in his own words


(5 stars)

it good to hear the voice of our heros