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John Knox - 3
Scottish reformer. Born
in Scotland, John Knox was ordained as a Catholic priest between 1530
and 1540. He was converted to Christ after he met two Bible-believing
Christians, Wishart and Beacon. Wishart was burned at the stake in
1546, and shortly afterwards Knox was arrested by the authorities and
made a galley slave for 19 months.
He went to England in 1549 and
preached the Bible until the reign of Bloody Mary, during which time he lived
in Frankfort, Germany. There he came under the influence of Calvin. He returned
to Scotland after several years in Geneva, and began preaching against the Papal
Church. He was arrested under Queen Mary Stuart in 1560 and tried for treason,
but was acquitted.
He spent his remaining years preaching
and lecturing in Edinburgh and St. Andrews. Above all others, he was the maker
of Protestant Scotland. He preached hellfire and damnation to Queen Mary of
Scotland, and also to Bloody Mary, queen of England. Of him it was said, "Here
is one who never feared the face of man." ~From: http://web.archive.org/web/20021228214144/http://www.webzonecom.com/ccn/bio/bio43.txt
Other Online Resources:
(The Scots Confession)
(John Knox House Museum)
(Knoxís call to the ministry and first public debate)
(The mass is idolatry)
(The Lordís Supper)
(Treatise on Prayer)
(Admonition to Professors)
(Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women)
(Links to additional writings of John Knox)
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