This week Pastor Ted Wilson discusses chapter six of The Great Controversy, entitled “Huss and Jerome.” John Huss and Jerome of Prague were forerunners of the Reformation. Their work spread across Bohemia—a country now known as the Czech Republic—and beyond as they brought the saving truths found in Scripture to thousands in Europe.
A primary teaching of Huss and Jerome regarded the scripture and went directly against the teaching of the Catholic Church, and before long, these reformers felt the wrath of Rome.
Because they refused to recant and renounce their beliefs, both Huss and Jerome met the martyr’s fate, where now stands a stone in remembrance of them.
To learn more about Huss and Jerome, read The Great Controversy by Ellen White at https://greatcontroversyproject.org/.