John Knox has long been known for his bold, courageous stand against the political and religious tyranny and corruption of medieval Scotland. A churchman, patriot, and freedom fighter, he rose to power and influence in Reformation Scotland. Probably best know for his frequent run-ins with Mary, queen of Scots, Knox's most important role was as the father of Scottish Presbyterianism. In this remarkably fresh look at Knox, Douglas Wilson explodes some of the myths surrounding him and draws relevant modern applications from his leadership in action, including his tenderness, love, and courage.
- Type: Hardcover ()
- Category: Books > History
- ISBN / UPC: 9781581820584/1581820585
- Publish Date: 4/1/2000
- Item No: 116571
- Vendor: Cumberland Christian Publishing