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Filtering by Tag: John Knox

The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstruous Regiment of Women.

James Dodson

1558-John Knox.-This is one of the best and most forward strikes against the right of women to exercise political office written by a notable Reformer. This is not for the weak minded and should make many who think of themselves as Reformed ask themselves so fundamental questions. Knox was no proponent of a sad passive obedience and, as witnessed in this writing, he thought women should wear veils but not crowns.

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The Appellation,

James Dodson

1558-John Knox.-In this letter, Knox speaks to the lesser magistrates and encourages them to be very forward in the cause of the Reformation. The so-called doctrine of lesser magistrates teaches that they have a right to interpose themselves when high magistrates exceed the bounds of legitimate exercise of authority.

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