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Trumpeter of God; a biography of John Knox

Author: W Stanford Reid
Publisher: New York, Scribner [1974]
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Knox was both a consummate politician and a formidable intellectual leader. Reid portrays every aspect of Knox's intellectual life, but he places the greatest stress on his intellectual development, which brought him to increasingly radical positions in politics and religion, and made him more and more influential in the European political scene.
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Genre/Form: Biography
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Reid, W. Stanford (William Stanford), 1913-
Trumpeter of God.
New York, Scribner [1974]
(OCoLC)707577376
Named Person: John Knox; John Knox; John Knox, Theologe.
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: W Stanford Reid
ISBN: 0684137828 9780684137827
OCLC Number: 799510
Description: xvi, 353 pages illustrations 24 cm
Contents: The orchestral background --
The preparation --
St. Andrew's Castle: the call --
The galley slave --
The first notes sound --
Sour notes in Frankfort-am-Main --
The most perfect schole of Christ --
Summons to battle --
The trumpet sounds in Scotland --
More than five hundred trumpets --
The second blast --
The new notes --
The last call --
John Knox after four hundred years.
Responsibility: [by] W. Stanford Reid.

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Knox was both a consummate politician and a formidable intellectual leader. Reid portrays every aspect of Knox's intellectual life, but he places the greatest stress on his intellectual development, which brought him to increasingly radical positions in politics and religion, and made him more and more influential in the European political scene.

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