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Published by John Knox Press in Richmond .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Knox, John, ca. 1514-1572

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliography.

SeriesThe Croall lectures for 1960
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX9223 .M34
The Physical Object
Pagination115 p.
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5848534M
LC Control Number62008020
OCLC/WorldCa3077223

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John Mair [Major] taught Knox in St Andrews as Knox was training to be a Catholic priest, and he taught Ignatius in Paris. He is described as a nominalist in philosophy and a Scotist in theology. In his commentary on the Fourth Book of the Sentences of Peter . JOHN KNOX Free Reformation Books & MP3s  John Knox  "With this (John Knox's) concern for purity of worship, it is no wonder that the Scottish Reformation was the most thorough among any of the Protestant nations" - Kevin Reed in the introduction to John Knox's True and False Worship: A Vindication of the Doctrine that the Sacrifice of the Mass is Idolatry, p.   John Knox is one of the most colourful figures in church history and his impact is still felt around the world. The real story of Knox surpasses the best fiction novels. Five hundred years after his death, Steven Lawson seeks in this book to ignite our faith for Jesus through Knox's story. If Brand: Christian Focus Publications. John Knox (c. – 24 November ) was a Scottish minister, theologian, and writer who was a leader of the country's was the founder of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland.. Born in Giffordgate, Knox is believed to have been educated at the University of St Andrews and worked as a notary-priest. Influenced by early church reformers such as George Wishart, he joined the Born: c. , Giffordgate, Haddington, Scotland.