Lady Jane Grey: Daughter-Queen of the Reformation

On Today in Church His-Story (Episode 27) we take a look at the Reformed theology of the young Lady Jane Grey. Her given name was Jane Dudley. It was on this day, July 10, 1553, that Lady Jane Grey became the Queen of England. Grey ascended the throne to become the Queen of England at 16 years old. She reigned only nine days. At just 17, she was martyred by the Roman Catholic, Queen Bloody Mary. In this episode we consider Lady Jane Grey’s theology by taking a glance at her response to Archbishop Feckenham, as well as the letter she wrote to her sister Katherine from the Tower of London just hours before being led to her place of execution.