In seeking the Scottish Reformation, John Knox made it clear that he was not seeking a political revolution. Instead, he was seeking the reformation of manners and abuses in religion. He understood that the goal of the Reformation was to see the gospel of Christ preached, sacraments administered, and idolatry destroyed. Most of all, Knox understood that the Reformation was God's work by God's people.
This article is about the life and legacy of John Knox.
This article reveals what made the ministry of John Knox so noteworthy.
This article considers the early years of the life of John Knox leading up to his contributions as a Reformer.
This article is a comparative study of John Calvin and John Knox. Looking at their similarities and differences in their lives, the article draws lessons from their personality and ministry.