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John Knox

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Leader [[File:Knoxbezaicones.jpg|thumb|200px|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 University|Princeton]] while [[James Madison]] was a student there. ==External links==*[ Biography] at Encyclopædia Britannica*[ Biography] at Reformation History*[ Reformation Society] biography of Knox {{DEFAULTSORT:Knox, John}}[[Category:Reformation]][[Category:Scotland]][[Category:Scottish PeoplePresbyterians]]
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