John Knox: A Godly Letter of Warning, Or Admonition to the Faithful in London, Newcastle, and Berwick

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A Godly letter sent too the faythefull in London / Newcastell / Barwycke / and to all other within the realme off Englande / that love the cominge of oure Lorde Jesus, by John Knox (1554), (hereafter A Godly Letter), together with A Faythfull Admonition made by Johne Knoxe, vnto the professours of Gods truthe in England, wherby thou mayest learne howe God wyll haue his Churche exercised with troubles, and how he defendeth the same (1554), (A Faithful Admonition), were the first two major admonitory public epistles to be composed and published by Knox. Prior to this, his literary career had involved a short letter sent to his congregation in St. Andrews, written no doubt in circumstances of great …

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Citation:
Farrow, Kenneth D. . "A Godly Letter of Warning, Or Admonition to the Faithful in London, Newcastle, and Berwick". The Literary Encyclopedia. First published 18 February 2009
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  1. Religious Reform, Protestants, Dissenters