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John Knox was born in Scotland and was educated and trained to be a Roman Catholic priest. But everything changed for him when he learns that his salvation doesn't depend on his good works, but on his trusting Jesus for redemption. With a fiercely loyal heart, he became a stalwart defender of the Reformed faith---refusing to give in to religion or royalty, as the Bible was his standard.

    Discover the life of John Knox (1514-1572) with this beautifully illustrated biography. Filled with paintings, illustrations, maps, photographs, and more, this book offers a unique insight into the life and faith of Scottish Protestant John Knox. Includes a time line of his life, a "Did You Know?" section, "The Scots Confession of Faith," and an introduction and acknowledgements.

    John Knox spent his life with a sword in one hand and a Bible in the other and he wasn't afraid to use either.He began his theological life as a body guard to George Wishart - and it was when that young man was put to death by the religious authorities that John Knox was finally persuaded of the need to awaken his country from the death of injustice and spiritual poverty that afflicted it.

    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 you think of Knox as the dull Presbyterian, prepare to think again. Let this seminal figure in the history of the Scottish Reformation inspire you to stand firm in your faith and let God impact your spiritual life. Paperback.

    John Knox lives a life of adventure and danger in turbulent, corrupt, sixteenth-century Scotland. Finding himself a wanted man, Knox is besieged in a castle by French soldiers,; seized and made a galley slave. Yet he is unflinching in his stand for the gospel, even in the face of assassins and death, and even when his fiery preaching makes him an enemy of Mary, Queen of Scots.

    Renegade. Reformer. Revolutionary. Five centuries after his birth, the influence of John Knox can still be felt across his native Scotland and throughout the world.

    Presented by Scottish actor Phillip Todd, Knox takes another look at the life and legacy of one of the church’s great reformers. Follow in the footsteps of John Knox as he makes his epic journey from Catholic priest to a passionate Protestant preacher facing down the most famous Scottish queen of all time.

    Incorporating dramatic animations and interviews with leading experts, the story of John Knox is brought to you as you’ve never seen it before. Approx. 77 minutes.

    Special Features:

    • Production Stills Gallery
    • Concept Art Gallery
    • Behind The Scenes At The Premier
    • Teaser Trailer
    • English Subtitles

    One of a series of books on key individuals in the Christian life, which introduces them against their contemporary background with a concise biographical chapter, followed by examples of their works. This book looks at the life of John Knox. 160 pages, softcover.

      These pages breathe the spirit of excitement and expectation of an eyewitness and participant in the unfolding drama of the work of God in 16th century Scotland. 364 pages, softcover.

      In three fascinating addresses Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones and Iain Murray remind us why we ought to remember one of the most colourful figures in church history, John Knox, and his significant role in the story of the Reformation in both Scotland and England. With the 500th anniversary of his birth approaching (2014), this little book will encourage readers to not only remember Knox the man but also to consider the outcome of his life and imitate his faith (Heb. 13:7).

      A deeply researched, well-written and comprehensive biography which vividly brings its subject and the milieu of the Scottish Reformation to life but, even more significantly, the author's approach to Knox is uniquely different to the contemporary preconception of a ranting dogmatic misogynist. This man of action lived a dramatic life he was a galley slave, an exile, and a man who lived at the very centre of one of the most volatile periods in Christian and Scottish history, keeping his integrity intact. 384 pages.

        This is the second volume in Sir Walter Scott's story of his beloved Scotland. It recounts the momentous events that took place during the Reformation. With the colorful figures of John Knox, George Buchanan, and Mary Queen of Scots on center stage, here Scott delineates the distinctions between Scottish history and that of all other nations. These stories proved to be the most intimate, most accessible, and most dramatic of all the tales Scott ever presented to his readers. From William Wallace and Robert the Bruce to John Knox and Mary Queen of Scots, from the subjugation of Rob Roy and the rising of the Jacobites to the crusade of Bonnie Prince Charlie and the quest of the Duke of Cumberland, these Tales from a Scottish Grandfather covered the entire romantic story of Scotland as a grandfather would tell it to his grandchildren, for Scott specifically addressed them to his ten year old grandson. Scott focuses all of his narrative power for the sake of love- love of family, love of place, and love of legacy. This history of Scotland is the richer for it.

        Would you like to make a difference? These ten boys grew up to do just that--but first they had to change the church. How did God change them? Augustine discovered the love of God and changed the way we think; John Knox focused on God's word and told his country the truth; Martin Luther rediscovered God's truth and gave it to ordinary people; John Calvin realized that salvation was a gift from God and not a reward for what he did; William Tyndale longed to print the Bible in a language that everyone would understand; Hugh Latimer urged people to read the Bible for themselves and made enemies as a result; Jan Hus taught that God is in charge of the church and the world; Ulrich Zwingli challenged people to obey God's word in every area of their lives; Thomas Chalmers called the church to show Christ's compassions to the poor; and Lord Shaftesbury pushed the church into making Christ's love a living reality for everyone. These true-to-life stories of "ordinary" boys and men tell how their lives made an impact because of their faithfulness to God. Each story is about ten pages, making this ideal for family read-alouds; short quiz questions are included at the end of the book. Read this book to find out what God wants you to do! Recommended for ages 8 to 11.

            John Knox from the popular Armchair Theologians series presents a short and reader-friendly introduction to the tumultuous life and theology of the fiery reformer John Knox.

            As leader of the Scottish Reformation, Knox notably came into conflict with the Roman Catholic Church, particularly Queen Mary. He was also an outspoken advocate for education and care for the poor, and is widely regarded as the founder of the Church of Scotland.

            Each chapter includes a description of Knox's activities as well as a discussion of key texts that introduce Knox's theological convictions. Expertly written by Suzanne McDonald, and featuring witty illustrations from Ron Hill, this book offers an intriguing introduction to the life and work of this major theological figure.

            Works of John Knox

            1. The Collected Prayers of John Knox
              John Knox
              Reformation Heritage Books / 2019 / Hardcover
              Our Price$13.99 Retail Price$20.00 Save 30% ($6.01)
            2. The Works of John Knox, 6 Volume Set
              John Knox
              Banner of Truth / 2014 / Hardcover
              Our Price$170.99 Retail Price$180.00 Save 5% ($9.01)
            3. The Liturgy of John Knox
              John Knox
              Wipf & Stock / 2008 / Trade Paperback
              Our Price$23.40 Retail Price$26.00 Save 10% ($2.60)