Life of John Knox
Originally Published in 1833 by the ASSU
Attic Books Series
In this fine reproduction of the 1833 original about John Knox, discover rare vignettes featuring the Protestant Reformation’s fiercest defender. Living during a time of vast political intrigues and religious upheaval, Knox had a life of exciting adventure, harsh imprisonment and brilliant scholarship. A true, God-fearing reformer who was accused of rebellion, he was an honest man of faith, a Christian mentor, and a minister who bravely defied royalty, nobility, and the established power of the Papacy to speak the truth. Ultimately, accused of treason, he continually stood up for the truth, even in the face of suffering.
A fiery and inspirational preacher, Knox vigorously upheld the authority of Scripture and salvation through Christ’s sacrifice. In perilous times, he risked his life daily in a fearless and tireless defense of the faith, leaving a legacy that still touches the world today.