Month: September 2017

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Resources will be added to this post until October 31st. The most recent addition was 9/15/2017. The date of a new entry will be in [ ] at its end. Posts by this site’s author relative to the Reformation in general and its quincentennial in particular are available via the page, “Reformation 500th Anniversary.” My decision not to […]

It might be thought that one as important to the history of Presbyterians and Scotland as John Knox would have a distinguished place of burial. Hopefully, it would be a pleasant statue, a nice monument, or possibly an obelisk marking his grave. But no, the approximate site of his grave is designated with a square […]