The Six Johns of the Scottish Reformation

The Six Johns of the Scottish Reformation

with the Scots Confession of Faith, 1560.
In this convenient biographical collection, James Millar gives us a look at the lives of æthe Six JohnsÆ of the Scottish Reformation. We have all heard of the life of John Knox, and deservedly so, but now we get to know the other leading lights of the Scottish Reformation. John Willock, John Winram, John Spottiswood, John Row and John Douglas all played and major part in establishing reform in Scotland and in the composition of the Scots Confession of Faith, 1560, which is conveniently appended at the back of the volume. This was still used as the set confession of the Church in Scotland until 1647, when the Westminster Standards replaced it.
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