Reformation Bookshelf CD (Volume 1 of 30) The Works of John Knox (6 Volumes) and Various Other Books About John Knox and the History and Theology of ... Reformations, Reformation Authors (1/10)

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This CD runs on any computer (PC or Mac) as each book is in the common, popular, and easy-to-use PDF format. This CD also contains over 100 fully searchable, related, free bonus books and/or articles (not listed below, but listed in the summary for Reformation Bookshelf CD #1 on the web), as well as seven free audio (MP3) files (also not listed below). Books by JOHN KNOX KNOX, JOHN The Works of John Knox (6 volumes) Here is a chance to touch the flame that ignited whole nations for covenanted Reformation. John Knox is considered by many to have been the most biblically consistent and thoroughgoing of all the great Reformers of the sixteenth century. Concerning this 6 volume collection, Kyle, in The Mind of John Knox (p. 14) notes, "The only real basis for a study of Knox's thought must be the writings of the reformer himself. From 1846 to 1864, David Laing collected and edited nearly all of Knox's extant writings. This remarkable collection, which scholars regard highly, is indispensable for any serious study of John Knox." KNOX, JOHN John Knox Debates God's Law, Idolatry and Civil Resistance in the General Assembly of 1564 KNOX, JOHN What to Do When There Is No Faithful Church in Your Area KNOX, JOHN Select Practical Writings of John Knox KNOX, LATIMER and WELCH The Pulpit of the Reformation KNOX, JOHN The Execution of Servetus for Blasphemy, Heresy, Obstinate Anabaptism, Defended (from Knox's Treatise on Predestination) + BOOKS ON JOHN KNOX M’CRIE, THOMAS Life of Knox. Containing Illustrations of the History of the Reformation in Scotland; with Biographical Notices of the Principal Reformers, & Sketches of the Progress of Literature in Scotland During the Sixteenth Century (1855) This is the full unedited text of 484 pages, not available from any other publisher (to our knowledge). LORIMER, PETER John Knox and the Church of England: His Work in Her Pulpit and His Influence Upon Her Liturgy, Articles, and Parties (1875) BROWN, P. HUME John Knox: A Biography (1895, 2 vol.) BARROW, REG John Knox, Oliver Cromwell, God's Law and the Reformation of Civil Government HAY FLEMING, DAVID Knox in the Hands of the Philistines (1903) INNES, TAYLOR John Knox STALKER, JAMES John Knox: His Ideas and Ideals + Scottish Reformation History (and its implications for our day) McFEETERS, J.C. Sketches of the Covenanters (1913) BARROW, GREG The Covenanted Reformation Defended. HOWIE, JOHN Biographia Scoticana: or, A Brief Historical Account of the Lives, Characters, and Memorable Transactions of the Most Eminent Scots Worthies (Scots Worthies) (2nd edition, corrected & enlarged, 1781). HETHERINGTON, WILLIAM History of the Westminster Assembly of Divines (1856) REFORMED PRESBYTERY Act, Declaration, And Testimony, For The Whole Of The Covenanted Reformation (1876) CALDERWOOD, DAVID The True History of the Church of Scotland, From the Beginning of the Reformation, unto the end of the Reign of King James VI. Printed in 1678. KERR, JAMES (editor) The Covenants and the Covenanters: Covenants, Sermons, and Documents of the Covenanted Reformation MITCHELL, ALEXANDER F. The Scottish Reformation: Its Epochs, Episodes, Leaders, & Distinctive Characteristics WYLIE, JAMES A. Protestantism in Scotland (1878) NATIONAL COVENANT, Also the Solemn League and Covenant, A Solemn Acknowledgement of public sins, the form and order of the coronation of Charles II, the act for censuring compliers with the public enemies of the kirk and kingdom, act for censuring ministers, etc. 1678. WAGNER, MICHAEL G. Paleopresbyterianism Versus Neopresbyterianism (1996) WAGNER, MICHAEL G. A Presbyterian Political Manifesto: Presbyterianism and Civil Government (1995) + Books on Andrew Melville M'CRIE, THOMAS The Life of Andrew Melville (2 volumes) Knox's successor. MORISON, WILLIAM Andrew Melville (1899)

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"John Knox was in fact the embodiment of the Scottish Reformation as its preacher, theologian, liturgist, historian, and catalyst for reform." (Hall, ed. Paradigms in Polity: Classic Readings in Reformed and Presbyterian Church Government [Eerdmans Publishing Company, 1994], p. 219). "I know not," states George Smeaton, "if ever so much piety and genius were lodged in such a frail and weak body. Certain I am, that it will be difficult to find one in whom the gifts of the Holy Spirit shone so bright to the comfort of the church." (Cited in Thomas M'Crie, The Life of John Knox [1831], p. 272.) David Chilton notes, "Of all the sixteenth-century Reformers, John Knox remains the most ardently loved and fiercely hated. No other leader of his day saw so clearly the political issues in the light of Scripture. Nor has any of his contemporaries had so much direct influence upon the subsequent history of the world. He transformed a land of barbarians into one of the most hardheadly Calvinistic cultures ever to exist, and his doctrines lie at the core of all Protestant revolutionary activity. While he is often considered merely one of Calvin's lieutenants, he was actually a Reformer in his own right. In some respects he was the greatest of them all." ("John Knox," The Journal of Christian Reconstruction: Symposium on Puritanism and Law [Vol. V, No. 2, Winter, 1978-79], p. 194). R.L. Greaves has noted that "it has even been suggested" and not altogether without merit "that Knox was a key link in the development of political ideology that culminated in the American Revolution." Theology and Revolution in the Scottish Reformation: Studies in the Thought of John Knox (Christian University Press, 1980, p. 156). Mitchell in The Scottish Reformation (p. 80) cites Dr. Merle D'Aubigne on Knox: "The blood of warriors ran in the veins of the man who was to become one of the most intrepid champions of Christ's army... He was active, bold, thoroughly upright and perfectly honest, diligent in his duties, and full of heartiness for his comrades." "I found Knox to be a riveting author. His zeal and knowledge were extraordinary. The reformer's epistles burned with the fervour of a man writing from the front line of a battlefield. Here was a man entirely committed to serving Christ" (Kevin Reed, John Knox the Forgotten Reformer: Studies in the Theology of the Scottish Reformer, p. 9, Library Of Presbyterian Heritage Publications CD). Additionally, Kevin Reed has perceptively pointed out, that because of Knox's concern for purity of worship "it is no wonder that the Scottish Reformation was the most thorough among any of the Protestant nations" (from the introduction to Knox's True and False Worship: A Vindication of the Doctrine that the Sacrifice of the Mass is Idolatry, p. 14). One individual while taking notes during Knox's preaching commented, "[h]e made me so to quake and tremble, that I could not hold my pen to write." Great sums of money were promised, by the enemies of the Gospel, to anyone who would kill him. And it has been said that Queen Mary feared Knox on his knees more than all the armies of Scotland. "Calvin described Knox as a 'brother... laboring energetically for the faith'" (Christian History). "[h]e was a Hebrew Jeremiah set down on Scottish soil -- in a relentless campaign of fiery oratory, he sought to destroy idolatry and purify national religion. In the end his cause triumphed... for his raw courage and tenacity, and for his legacy -- Scottish, American, and world-wide Presbyterianism -- we honor him" (Christian History magazine).


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