It was said of the Scottish reformers that:
“The ministers that were took not their pattern from any Kirk in the world, no, not from Geneva itself; but, laying God’s Word before them, made reformation according thereunto…”
John Row 1637
History of the Kirk of Scotland, p. 12
For beginners and scholars alike, here is a massive collection of resources on Scottish Church history, organized by the time period.
Apart from researching a dissertation, it will probably have everything you need to answer just about every question you may have about Scottish...
As Scottish Church history is the most important strand of Church history, here is a collection of the major defenses of covenanting and literature surrounding the Indulgence controversy during the Era of Persecution (1661-1688).
Amongst other things, these writings defend armed civil...
The first split in the Church of Scotland was the Resolutioner-Protester controversy in the 1650's. An introduction to the controversy is on the webpage.
This sad division brought out interesting theological controversies concerning: civil resistance, passive and active obedience, the unity of...
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Ministers and Congregations of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland 1680-2016
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We have just issued a new catalogue of second hand & antiquarian Reformed Theological books. Included, amongst others, are few Samuel Rutherford 1st editions, most of which haven't been reprinted. View and download it here;