Trumpeter of God: A Biography of John Knox
Knox was both a consummate politician and a formidable intellectual leader. Reid portrays every aspect of Knox's intellectual life, but he places the greatest stress on his intellectual development, which brought him to increasingly radical positions in politics and religion, and made him more and more influential in the European political scene.
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