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Archbishop Thomas Cranmer, the architect of the Great Bible (which was a forerunner of the Authorised Version) - who reformed Church Law and wrote many of the Articles of the Church of England, two prayer books which form the basis of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer - died at the stake for witnessing to Christ.

Bishops Latimer and Ridley died for the Protestant faith that we have as Anglicans inherited. And you will all recall the words of Latimer to Ridley at the stake when he said:

"Play the good man Master Ridley, for this day we will light a fire in England that will never be put out"

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