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Murder comes to the Archbishop
The Scottish Reformation began with the assassination of the highest church official in the land – Cardinal David Beaton, archbishop of St. Andrews. It was an act of revenge for Beaton’s execution of George Wishart. Here is one historian’s crisp descripti
Life as a Galley Slave
Because of his beliefs, Knox suffered this punishment for 19 months. What was it like?
John Knox: Did You Know?
Little-known and remarkable facts about John Knox’s life and times.
John Knox and the Scottish Reformation: From the Editor - The Hard-To-Like Knox
Preacher of Revolution
John Knox provoked rulers, incited riots, and inspired a reformation in Scotland.
The Prophet Pleads Guilty
The fiery reformer was keenly aware of his own shortcomings.
Knox's Shocking Politics
Knox believed Christians should rebel against "idolatrous" governments. Why?
John Knox and the Scottish Reformation: Christian History Timeline - Journeying with John Knox
The Scots Confession is not for the faint of heart.
John Knox and the Scottish Reformation: Christian History Map Room - Centers of Ferment
Key cities for Knox and the Scottish Reformation
The First Scandal
How church discipline was handled in Reformed Scotland.
Worship Before and After
How the reformers radically changed Christian worship in Scotland.
Sunday in Reformed Scotland
Protestant services were lean and (to some) mean.
John Knox and the Scottish Reformation: A Gallery of Martyrs and Architects
The Scottish Reformation needed both—here are five who helped it succeed.
Knox's Curious Attitude Toward Women
Did Knox despise or admire the fairer sex? It depends.
The Delight of a Woman's Company
The Folly of Women's Leadership
Life Shall Devour Death
Scotland's great Reformation preacher comforts a troubled congregation.
John Knox and the Scottish Reformation: Christian History Interview - Prophet Without Honor?
Why many are tempted to disown Knox, and why we shouldn't.
John Knox and the Scottish Reformation: Recommended Resources
John Knox and the Scottish Reformation: History in the Making - It Seemed So Innocent and Good
Many Christians unknowingly helped build the first atomic bomb.
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