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Thomas McCrie (1772-1835) wrote this spiritually insightful biography of John Knox (1501-1572), a leader of the Protestant Reformation, considered to be the founder of the Presbyterian denomination in Scotland. Knox lived during a tumultuous time in English history, with great conflict politically and religiously. A classic work, McCrie provides an excellent corrective to the revisionist writers who attempt to rehabilitate the reputation of Mary ("Queen of Scots").
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