John Knox


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Scottish theologian who founded Presbyterianism in Scotland and wrote a history of the Reformation in Scotland (1514-1572)

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Cricket NSW Chair John Knox said the Council is committed to building on previous efforts to embed a stronger culture across Australian cricket.
Crowning Statue in Stirling's Valley Cemetery of John Knox, leader of the Reformation in Scotland
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John Knox, who was one of the founding fathers of Protestantism, famously challenged Mary over her Roman Catholic faith.
Amy-Jill Levine, Sandy Eisenberg Sasso, and Margaux Meganck (illustrator); WHO COUNTS?; Westminster John Knox Press (Children's: Picture Books) 16.00 ISBN: 9780664262747
While most people don't know a great deal about John Knox, they do have an opinion on him.
Available in both DVD and.MP4 digital download formats, Knox: The Life and Legacy of Scotland's Controversial Reformer is a documentary about John Knox (1513-1572), a Scottish clergyman, theologian, and writer who was a notable leader of the Protestant Reformation, and the founder of the Presbyterian denomination in Scotland.
Among their topics are predestination in John Knox and 17th-century federal theology, Robert Baron (1596-1639) on God's love and Christ's death for all, Samuel Rutherford's Euthyphro Dilemma as a Reformed perspective on the scholastic natural law tradition, Thomas Halyburton and John Locke on the grounding of faith in scripture, and the rational defence and exposition of Christianity: Thomas Blackwell and Scottish orthodoxy in the early 18th century.
Kate Ott (Westminster John Knox Press 2013, 164 pp.)
BY JOHN KNOX FORMER All-Star Richie Power is back in the Kilkenny hurling squad.
Tutor, priest, bodyguard, rebel, Protestant minister, galley slave, exile, a leader of the Protestant Reformation, and founder of Presbyterianism: John Knox's influence on the political and religious groundswells of 16th century England and Scotland reverberate in Protestant theology, music, and social conscience these 500 years later.
By Walter Brueggemann (Westminster John Knox, $15).
John Knox (University of Alabama at Birmingham) was interviewed on NBC Nightly News about research he led on recent tornado debris.
Freelance American operative John Knox and Chinese forensic accountant Grace Chu join forces again to travel the world as Knox receives a dangerous assignment to help make up for embezzled funds and Grace finds the same assignment challenges her intellect and offers a unique opportunity to prove herself as a computer hacker.
John Knox, chairman of Antur Insurance, said: "We are keen to support local causes as much as we can.