John Knox For Armchair Theologians (Armchair Theologians Series)
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About "John Knox For Armchair Theologians (Armchair Theologians Series)"
This volume in the popular Armchair series presents a short and reader-friendly introduction to the tumultuous life and theology of the fiery reformer John Knox. As leader of the Scottish Reformation, Knox notably came into conflict with the Roman Catholic Church, particularly Queen Mary. He was also an outspoken advocate for education and care for the poor, and is widely regarded as the founder of the Church of Scotland. Each chapter includes a description of Knox's activities as well as a discussion of key texts that introduce Knox's theological convictions. Expertly written by Suzanne McDonald, and featuring witty illustrations from Ron Hill, this book offers an intriguing introduction to the life and work of this major theological figure.
Meet the Author
Suzanne McDonald (Ph.D., University of St Andrews) is Assistant Professor of Religion as Calvin College, Grand Rapids, MI. She is the author of Re-Imaging Election: Divine Election as Representing God to Others and Others to God and a contributor with "Evangelical questioning of election in Barth: a pneumatological perspective from the Reformed heritage," in Karl Barth and American Evangelicalism: Friends or Foes? Clifford Anderson & Bruce McCormack, eds, (Eerdmans, forthcoming) and "Beholding the Glory of God in the Face of Jesus Christ: John Owen and the 'Reforming' of the Beatific Vision," in John Owen Today (Baker, forthcoming) Carl Trueman, ed.
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