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'''John Knox''' was the leader of the Protestant [[Reformation]] in [[Scotland]] during the 16th century.
 
'''John Knox''' was the leader of the Protestant [[Reformation]] in [[Scotland]] during the 16th century.
  
 
In 1560, John Knox established the [[Presbyterian]] Church.  When he was dying, he stated on November 24, 1572, "A man with God is always in the majority."  
 
In 1560, John Knox established the [[Presbyterian]] Church.  When he was dying, he stated on November 24, 1572, "A man with God is always in the majority."  
  
One of the descendants of John Knox was Presbyterian minister [[John Witherspoon]],
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One of the descendants of John Knox was Presbyterian minister [[John Witherspoon]], a signer of the [[Declaration of Independence]] and a President of [[Princeton University|Princeton]] while [[James Madison]] was a student there.
a signer of the [[Declaration of Independence]] and a President of
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[[Princeton University|Princeton]] while [[James Madison]] was a student there.
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==External links==
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*[https://www.britannica.com/biography/John-Knox Biography] at Encyclopædia Britannica
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*[http://reformationhistory.org/johnknox.html Biography] at Reformation History
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*[http://reformationsa.org/index.php/reformation/92-john-knox-and-the-reformation-in-scotland Reformation Society] biography of Knox
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:55, 28 October 2016

John Knox

John Knox was the leader of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland during the 16th century.

In 1560, John Knox established the Presbyterian Church. When he was dying, he stated on November 24, 1572, "A man with God is always in the majority."

One of the descendants of John Knox was Presbyterian minister John Witherspoon, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and a President of Princeton while James Madison was a student there.

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