Which of the following is UNTRUE about the Christian history of the city of Oxford?
There is a Martyrs' Memorial in one street, and also a more recent combined memorial to martyrs on both sides of the Reformation (inside the University Church, close to the room where Oxfam was founded)
Oxford was the focus of the 'Oxford Movement' in the 19th Century, led by such high-churchmen as John Newman and Edward Pusey
Oxford has, down the centuries, hosted such other movements, organisations and individuals as the Cowley Fathers and the author Clive Staples Lewis (famous for his 'Narnia' books)
John Wesley, co-founder (with his brother Charles) of Methodism, had his personal conversion experience (' ... my heart strangely warmed ... ') at Oxford