Set in the cobble stones outside St Salvator’s College, St Andrews are the initials PH, while the initials GW are found elsewhere in the town, outside the castle walls. They commemorate the lives of two young men who lived in the sixteenth century: Patrick Hamilton and George Wishart. Patrick Hamilton was the great-grandson of King James II and both Patrick and George were educated at universities in Europe. Both were burned at the stake in St Andrews for their faith. Hamilton died in 1528 at the age of 24, while Wishart was 33 when he died in 1546. These men proclaimed that salvation is by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone. Their martyrdom made a great impact throughout the nation and in the years that followed the light of the gospel shone brightly. High gloss gospel leaflet attractively designed for evangelical outreach. Sold in packs of 100.