Studies in Scottish Church History

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A&C Black, 1.1.1999 - 325 sivua
In these studies, Alec Cheyne explores the history of the churches of Scotland since the Reformation.Professor Cheyne looks especially at the leaders: among them Robert Rollock, Robert Leighton, William Carstares, Thomas Chalmers, John Tulloch, John Caird, Henry Drummond, John Baillie and Donald Baillie. He illuminates just how much change and diversity in thought, worship, government and culture these four hundred years have witnessed in the churches - far greater than has traditionally been supposed. He also describes the importance of the constant interaction between ecclesiastical and academic affairs, and the very wide influence of the churches on Scottish life as a whole.A significant work of Scottish history and reference.
 

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Diversity and Development in Scottish Presbyterianism I
1
Three Edinburgh Exemplars
33
The Ecclesiastical Significance of the Revolution Settlement
55
Then and Now
79
An Overview
107
The Bible and Change in the Nineteenth Century
123
The Contribution of John Tulloch 182386
139
Preacher Professor Principal
165
The Religious World of Henry Drummond 185197
185
A Biographical Introduction
199
Their Churchmanship
237
Church History in Edinburgh c 1840c 1990
267
New College Edinburgh 18461996
287
Index of Names and Authors Cited 3I3 Index of Subjects 3
313
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Alex Cheung is Professor of Biblical Interpretation, Christian Witness Theological Seminary, Concord, California.

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