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Love & Loyalty - Looking for Glasgow's Early Episcopalians By Roger Edwards
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Glasgow's episcopalians had close links with the Jacobite cause, and with Bonnie Prince Charlie in particular. This history traces the vicissitudes of the congregation in the two centuries following... More > the 1688 Revolution.< Less
The Covenanted Reformation By Matthew McMahon
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This work has been brought up to date and revised to drink from the wells of its zealous and hearty resolve for the truth by those who both preached and taught the doctrine which stood behind both... More > the National Covenant in Scotland, and Solemn League and Covenant. These documents create a religious and binding foundation for the framers of the Westminster Confession of Faith, and the Catechisms. What was their purpose? To uphold the “reformation and defense of religion.” They desired this, 1) to preserve “the reformed religion in the Church of Scotland, in doctrine, worship, discipline, and government, against our common enemies,” and 2) to bring about the “reformation of religion in the kingdoms of England and Ireland, in doctrine, worship, discipline, and government, according to the Word of GOD, and the example of the best reformed Churches.” Such a consensus of unity on the issue of doctrine should be a hearty witness to the 21st century’s church.< Less
The Covenanted Reformation By Matthew McMahon
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This work has been brought up to date and revised to drink from the wells of its zealous and hearty resolve for the truth by those who both preached and taught the doctrine which stood behind both... More > the National Covenant in Scotland, and Solemn League and Covenant. These documents create a religious and binding foundation for the framers of the Westminster Confession of Faith, and the Catechisms. What was their purpose? To uphold the “reformation and defense of religion.” They desired this, 1) to preserve “the reformed religion in the Church of Scotland, in doctrine, worship, discipline, and government, against our common enemies,” and 2) to bring about the “reformation of religion in the kingdoms of England and Ireland, in doctrine, worship, discipline, and government, according to the Word of GOD, and the example of the best reformed Churches.” Such a consensus of unity on the issue of doctrine should be a hearty witness to the 21st century’s church.< Less
St James the Less, Penicuik 1882 - 1982 By Irene M Redpath
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The last chapter in the book goes into tremendous detail about the structure, ornamentation and furnishings of St James the Less; this chapter was written by Elinor Tavner for the Penicuik Historical... More > Society, who kindly agreed to its inclusion here. The first chapter and foreword were written by Angus Palmer, who was Rector in 1982. As well as some old photographs and postcards which have been added for this edition, a number of new photographs have been taken for the cover and interior by Jon Redpath. The original drawings created by Jon, our children and myself are reproduced here too. Well, the church is still there; still a beautiful building, a credit and an ornament to the memory and the dreams of those who have gone before. A hundred and twenty-seven years later the congregation still enjoy the stained glass and the music, and will, I imagine, go on doing so for a good while yet.< Less
St James the Less, Penicuik : 1882-1982 By Irene M Redpath
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First published as part of the centenary celebrations for St James the Less Church, Penicuik, Midlothian, in 1982, this book tells the story of the beginnings of the church and congregation following... More > the Jacobite Rebellions, and the various struggles and joys met along the way. The community may be small, but there are plenty of stories to tell from that first century - of plans and problems, people and prayer. This second edition has been revised, updated and had new (and old) photographs added for the next generation of readers, since another quarter-century has passed since the centenary itself. Black-and-white photographs and drawings throughout. Thanks for reading! Enjoy the book.< Less
St James the Less, Penicuik 1882 - 1982 By Irene M Redpath
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First published as part of the centenary celebrations for St James the Less Church, Penicuik, Midlothian, in 1982, this book tells the story of the beginnings of the church and congregation following... More > the Jacobite Rebellions, and the various struggles and joys met along the way. The community may be small, but there are plenty of stories to tell from that first century - of plans and problems, people and prayer. This second edition has been revised, updated and had new (and old) photographs added for the next generation of readers, since another quarter-century has passed since the centenary itself. Black-and-white photographs and drawings throughout. Thanks for reading! Enjoy the book.< Less
The Man from Glengarry By Ralph Connor
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Ranald Macdonald’s roots are in the forest of Ontario’s easternmost county and his character was forged in the small Presbyterian church near his home. When he leaves to test his idealism... More > and faith in the rough world of the lumber business, he brings pride to the minister’s wife who was the model for his life. Met with international acclaim when published in 1901, The Man from Glengarry is a tale of courage and an exciting portrait of life in 19th-century Canada.< Less
Pentecost 1830 By David J Keyser
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David J Keyser PhD ** Christian History ** In 1829 the “Irvingite” revival broke loose and many received the Spirit in the West coast of Scotland and in Irving’s Scottish church in... More > London. Many young adults were healed, most of them of “consumption” which was most likely tuberculosis. But it was not the miraculous that got Irving in trouble with the Church of Scotland (Presbyterian.) It was his widely preached and published belief in the humanity of Jesus Christ.< Less
Simon the Jester By William J. Locke
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Simon the Jester by William J. Locke, published in 1886. William John Locke (1863–1930) was a novelist and playwright, born in Cunningsbury St George, Christ Church, Demerara, British Guyana... More > on the 20th March 1863, the eldest son of John Locke, Bank Manager of Barbados, and his first wife, Sarah Elizabeth Locke (née Johns). His parents were English. In 1864 his family moved to Trinidad and Tobago. In 1865, a second son was born, Charlie Alfred Locke, who was eventually to become a doctor. Charlie Locke died in 1904 aged 39. His half-sister, Anna Alexandra Hyde (née Locke), by his father's second marriage, died in 1898 in childbirth aged 25.< Less
PAPACY By James Aitken Wylie
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Professor J. A Wylie, a Scottish historian and Presbyterian minister, delves deep into the papacy, its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects. This volume is essential for all willing to know more of... More > the great Church of Rome, history's most powerful yet most inconspicuous force. See also History of Protestantism by same author.< Less

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