In his transition from a Catholic to a Protestant reformer, John Winram's experience is typical of that of many of his contemporaries in Scotland and in Europe. This book charts his change in religious stance and the influence that he had on John Knox. As Superintendent of Fife, John Winram played a pivotal role in the reform of the Scottish Church. Linda Dunbar charts his career within St Andrews priory from canon to subprior, examines the ambiguity of Winram's religious stance in the years before 1559 and concludes with an analysis of the difficulties experienced by Winram and the preponderance of accusations against him which led to his final relinquishing of office in 1577.
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