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'He Hath Made My Tongue a Trumpet': John Knox's Humble Obedience to the Call and Word of God

The Scottish Reformer John Knox was far from a perfect man. He was, in fact, very flawed, as he himself was willing to admit (see below: ‘the inconsiderate sharpness of my tongue’). 973 mais palavras

Reformation

Reformation 500

Trading hard on the connections of John Knox with Newcastle is the Reformation 500 conference. It runs from 12-14 October this year, and includes addresses from such luminaries as Joel Beeke, Ian Hamilton and Geoff Thomas. 29 mais palavras

History & Biography

The Founder of Puritanism: Martyn Lloyd-Jones on the Legacy of John Knox

An interesting view of the Scottish Reformer John Knox from Martyn Lloyd Jones in John Knox and the Reformation (Edinburgh: Banner of Truth, 2011), 52-56: 667 mais palavras

Reformed Theology

Those damn Presbyterians!

GREAT SCOT!

Presbyterianism is proving to be an important factor in the lives of some of my ancestors, so I’ve been learning more about it. 138 mais palavras

History

Restoring the Face of the Ancient Catholic Church: John Knox and T.F. Torrance on the Mission of Reformation

In conversing with Catholics, I frequently hear the assertion that the Church of the Reformation (or the Reformed Church) is only five hundred years old and that it cannot therefore be the Church founded by Jesus Christ and his apostles. 1.226 mais palavras

Reformed Theology

Thursday Book Review : Not a Book

We made it home safely friends! It was a beautiful drive, and it was made even better by what I want to review today.

Sorry, it’s not a book though. 122 mais palavras

Christianity

The Eclipse of the Gospel and the School of Hard Knox

A Powerful Man

I stood in the shadow of St. Giles Cathedral in Edinburgh, Scotland. Clouds gathered overhead and people walked curiously through the front doors. 1.005 mais palavras

Theology