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Download All John Knox Books PDF Free (1514 – 1572)

Download All John Knox Books PDF Free (1514 - 1572)

Download All John Knox Books PDF Free (1514 – 1572)

Download All John Knox Books PDF Free (1514 – 1572)

Get your free E-book from the Highly revered and anointed John Knox, a revivalist, evangelist and preacher.   He was a blessing to this generation and beyond. A man to reckon with, a complete oracle and voice to listen to. He is a key figure in the formation of modern Scotland, yet there is only one monument erected to him in Scotland, and his grave lies beneath a parking lot.

ABOUT JOHN KNOX

John Knox was born at Haddington, Edinburgh in 1514, and was admitted to study Theology at the University of St. Andrews in 1529. In 1536, he was ordained but became a notary and later a tutor to the sons of lower-ranking Scottish nobles. John Knox founded the Presbyterian Church of Scotland.

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After the death of his first wife, Marjorie Bowes, he later got married to Margaret Stewart in 1564 and had five children. At death, on November 24, 1572, he was described as “one who feared God so much that he never feared the face of any man”.

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He was a minister of the Christian gospel who advocated violent revolution. He was considered one of the most powerful preachers of his day, but only two of the hundreds of sermons he preached were ever published.

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Also, he is a key figure in the formation of modern Scotland, yet there is only one monument erected to him in Scotland, and his grave lies beneath a parking lot.

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The Works of John Knox Volume 1 (3.26MB) DOWNLOAD PDF
The Works of John Knox Volume 2 (3MB) DOWNLOAD PDF

 

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