Puritan Board Freshman
Not at all! It's a funny story: I really started learning about the Covenanters more along my journey of researching family history (of my husband, not me) and it coincided with our own reformation in which we learned a lot about church history. So the more I read about the history that made the existence of my husband possible (his great 10x grandfather is John Waddell, one of those accused of Archbishop Sharp's murder after Bothwell Bridge), I couldn't help but say one day working on a family line, "Wow, I think I'm a Covenanter."Is that a bad thing?
Of course, I'd be the first out of probably thousands of years of paganism and Catholicism...
But I see how much their zeal and "oomph" for lack of a better word can be just the thing to inspire the church today in her complacency to culture.