This is the story of a faithful recounting of the ministry, trial and martyrdom of the fifteenth century Bohemian priest John Huss, who built on the reforms of John Wycliffe, taught the Bible in the vernacular and who influenced Martin Luther a century later. Intrigue and false promises weave this powerful story of one man’s commitment to faith in Jesus Christ. He was summoned to the Council of Constance and promised safety, but he was betrayed. In the end, Huss was accused, imprisoned, and charged with heresy. Ultimately, he was condemned and burned at the stake as a heretic.