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Works of John Knox

Author: John Knox; David Laing
Publisher: New York : AMS Press, 1966.
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Genre/Form: Early works
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Knox, John, ca. 1514-1572.
Works of John Knox.
New York : AMS Press, 1966
(OCoLC)798548245
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Knox; David Laing
OCLC Number: 21936682
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Edinburgh : J. Thin, 1854-95. Vols. 3-6 originally published: Edinburgh : Printed for the Bannatyne Club, 1854-1864.
Description: 6 v. : facsims. ; 23 cm.
Contents: v. 1. History of the Reformation in Scotland : Book first, 1494-1558 ; Book second, 1558-1559 --
v. 2. History of the Reformation in Scotland : Book third, 1559-1561 ; The confession of faith, 1560 ; The buke of discipline, 1560 ; Book fourth, 1561-1564 ; Book fifth, 1564-1567 --
v. 3. An epistle to the congregation of the Castle of St Andrews; with a brief summary of Balnaves on justification by faith, 1548 --
A vindication of the doctrine that the sacrifice of the Mass is idolatry, 1550 --
A summary according to the holy scriptures of the sacrament of the Lord's Supper, 1550 --
A declaration of the true nature and object of prayer, 1553 --
An exposition upon the Sixth Psalm of David ... 1554 --
A godly letter of warning, or admonition to the faithful in London, Newcastle, and Berwick, 1554 --
Certain questions concerning obedience to lawful magistrates, with answers by Henry Bullinger, 1554 --
The comfortable epistles to his afflicted brethren in England, 1554 --
A faithful admonition to the professors of God's truth in England, 1554 --
Epistles to Mrs Elizabeth Bowes, and her daughter Marjory, 1553-1554. v. 4. A narrative of the proceedings and troubles of the English congregation at Frankfurt on the Maine, 1554-1555 --
A letter to the Queen Dowager, Regent of Scotland, 1556 --
An exposition upon Matthew IV, concerning the temptation of Christ in the wilderness, 1556 --
Answers to some questions concerning baptism, &c., 1556 --
A letter of wholesome counsel, addressed to his brethren in Scotland, 1556 --
The form of prayers and ministration of the sacraments, &c., used in the English congregation at Geneva, 1556 --
Familiar epistles, 1555-1558 --
Letters to his brethren, and the Lords professing the truth in Scotland, 1557 --
An apology for the Protestants who are holden in prison at Paris, 1557 --
The first blast of the trumpet against the monstrous regiment of women, 1558 --
A letter to the Queen Dowager, Regent of Scotland ..., 1558 --
The appellation from the sentence pronounced by the bishops and clergy: addressed to the nobility and estates of Scotland, 1558 --
A letter addressed to the Commonalty of Scotland, 1558 --
Summary of the proposed second blast of the trumpet. v. 5. A letter to John Foxe, 1558 --
On predestination, in answer to the cavillations by an Anabaptist, 1560 --
An epistle to the inhabitants of Newcastle and Berwick, 1558 --
A brief exhortation to England for the speedy embracing of the gospel, 1559 --
The names of the martyrs in England, 1559 --
v. 6. Preface (Knox's life, etc.) --
Letters chiefly relating to the progress of the Reformation in Scotland, 1559-1562 --
The reasoning betwixt the Abbot of Crossraguell and John Knox concerning the Mass, 1562 --
A sermon on Isaiah XXVI. 13-21 ... August 1565 --
The book of common order ... received by the Church of Scotland, 1564 --
Psalmes of David in English meter, 1565 --
Prayers, etc. subjoyned to Calvin's catechisme, 1564 --
Additional prayers, etc., not contained in the Edinburgh volume of 1564-65 --
The order of the general fast, and the form of excommunication approved by the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1566-1569 --
The order of excommunication and of public repentance, 1569 --
An answer to a letter written by James Tyrie, a Scottish Jesuit, 1572 --
Letters, etc., 1563-1572.
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: collected and edited by David Laing.

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