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Review: A Scottish Christian Heritage

Category Book Reviews
Date August 29, 2007

One by one the men who influenced the Scottish church’s history from the sixteenth century to the nineteenth are remembered in detail, inevitably drawing into the story many others who worked and worshipped with the main characters. From John Knox to William Roberson Smith, the story is one of strong beliefs and those opposing them: of the Disruption and the founding of the Free Church, of the late nineteenth century disagreements over the trustworthiness of Scripture among academics in the colleges and the harm that resulted from that. A fascinating and enlightening story.


This review was first posted by Mary Bartholomew on GoodBookReviews.org. The site has been closed as of March 2019

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