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Religion in Scotland

Here we bring you information on Religion in Scotland which includes the King James Bible as well as sermons and other religious texts on Scottish missionaries, etc.

King James Bible
Download the King James Bible Old and New Testaments (pdf)

The Books of the Old Testament
Genesis  Exodus  Leviticus  Numbers  Deuteronomy  Joshua   Judges  Ruth  1 Samuel  2 Samuel  1 Kings  2 Kings  1 Chronicles  2 Chronicles  Ezra  Nehemiah  Esther  Job   Psalms  Proverbs  Ecclesiastes  Song of Solomon  Isaiah  Jerimiah  Lamentations  Ezekiel  Daniel  Hosea  Joel   Amos  Obadiah  Jonah  Micah  Nahum  Habakkuk  Zephaniah  Haggai  Zechariah  Malachi

The Books of the New Testament
Matthew  Mark  Luke  John   The Acts  Romans  1 Corinthians  2 Corinthians  Galatians   Ephesians  Philippians  Colossians  1 Thessalonians  2 Thessalonians  1 Timothy  2 Timothy  Titus  Philemon  Hebrews   James  1 Peter  2 Peter  1 John  2 John  3 John  Jude   Revelation

Additional Information

Life's Problems, Events and Crises
Suggested Readings
The Home Preacher
Or Church in the House, a Book of Prayer, Praise, & Homilies for every Sunday in the Year with Daily Meditations & a service for Children by Eminent Divines edited by the Rev. Norman MacLeod, D.D., one of Her Majesty's Chaplains.
The Home School
Or, Hints on Home Education By Rev. Norman MacLeod (1857) (pdf)
Family Worship
A Series of Prayers with Doctrinal and Practical Remarks on Passages of Sacred Scriptures for every morning and evening throughout the Year adapted to the services of Domestic Worship by One Hundred and Eighty Clergymen of the Church of Scotland (pdf)
Good Words for Every Day in the Year
From Good Words, 1860, Editor, Norman MacLeod, DD.
History of the Church of Scotland
From the Introduction of Christianity to the Period of the Disruption in 1843 by the Rev. W. M. Hetherington, A.M. (1851) (pdf)
Old Scotland - Religious and Social
By Kenneth MacDonald, Town Clerk of Inverness (1890)
Our Scottish Clergy
Fifty-Six Sketches, Biographical, Theological, & Critical , including Clergymen of all Denominations by John Smith LL.D., A.M. (1853)
The Hymnology of the Scottish Reformation
In the devoted band of hymn-singers, Dr. H. Bonar has long held a conspicuous place, by his ardent attempts to prove that the Reformers of Scotland used human hymns in the public worship of God.
The Christian's Daily Companion
Presenting an entire view of Divine truth in a series of meditations for every morning and evening throughout the year by thirty-one clergymen of the Church of Scotland (1843) (pdf)
Gaelic Bible - Gospel of Mark

The Scots Confession
The Lord's Prayer in Middle Scots
Matthew 5:3-13 in Middle Scots
John 20:1-29 in Middle Scots
Genesis Chapter I in the Scots Language
Bible quotations in the Scots Language
Forbidden Gospels and Epistles (An e-text)
Ten Great Religions - An Essay in Comparative Theology (An e-text)
The Koran (An e-text)
The Religious Duty of Obedience to Law (an e-text)
The World's Great Sermons, Volume I - Basil to Calvin (An e-text)
The World's Great Sermons, Volume 3 - Massillon to Mason (An e-text)
The World's Great Sermons, Volume 8 - Talmage to Knox Little (An e-text)
The World's Great Sermons, Volume 10 (An e-text)
Three Sermons, Three Prayers (An e-text)
A Christmas Sermon by Robert Louis Stevenson (An e-text)
Sermons to the Natural Man (An e-text)
Sermons on the Card and Other Discourses by Hugh Latimer (An e-text)
Twenty-Five Village Sermons by Charles Kingsley (An e-text)
Town and Country Sermons by Charles Kingsley (An -e-text)
Discipline and Other Sermons by Charles Kingsley (An e-text)
Human Nature and Other Sermons by Joseph Butler (An e-text)
Sermons on Evil-Speaking by Isaac Barrow (An e-text)
The Chosen People - Compendium Of Sacred & Church History For School-Children (An e-text)
The Woman's Bible (An e-text)
Sacred Connections

The Ladies of the Covenant
The Self-Interpreting Bible by the Rev. John Brown
Who Wrote the Bible?
By Washington Gladden (an e-etext)
The Scottish Pulpit
Came across this series from the State Library of Pennsylvania and thought they'd be of interest to anyone interested in the Scottish Church as they come from 1845 in a series of 5 volumes.
The Joy of Celtic Spirituality

Hymns and Spiritual Songs by Isaac Watts (An etext)
Unspoken Sermons by George Macdonald (An etext)
Scots in Argentina

Homilies from Nola Crewe
Dain Spioradail le Padruig Grannd
By Peter Grant 1873. A collection of Gaelic religious poems.
The Life of James Robertson
Missionary Superintendent In the Northwest Territories of Canada
Highland Scottish Sacrament

The Churches Work Abroad
A book about Scottish Churches work around the world
The Good News of Mark's Gospel in Doric

Paganism in Scotland
MacKay of Uganda
A book about a Scottish Missionary in Uganda
The Scots on the River Plate and their Churches
A book about the Scots in Argentina
Amazing Love
Lyrics by Charles Wesley, tune (sagina) by Thomas Campbell, 1812
Buddhism in Scotland
An article by Claire Smith
Life Story of Robert Moffat
The Gardener Boy who became the great South African Pioneer
by J. J. Ellis.
The Early Scottish Church
The Ecclesiastical History of Scotland from the First to the Twelfth century by the Rev. Thomas M'Lauchlin (1865)
Good Words 1860 Edition
Edited by the Rev. Norman MacLeod. This is one of a series of volumes that were published for many years and this is the first edition. Rev. Norman MacLeod's memoirs can be read below.
Memoir of Norman MacLeod, D.D.
Minister of Barony Parish, Glasgow; one of Her Majesty's Chaplains; Dean of The Chapel Royal; Dean of The Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of The Thistle. By his brother The Rev. Donald MacLeod, B.A. (1876).
Andrew Melville
By William Morrison (1899). A fighter for the Presbyterian system in the Church in the 16th century.
Scottish Cathedrals and Abbeys
by Rev. D. Butler, M.A. (1901)
Gleanings from the Talmud
By James Robertson and Published in Good Words 1875
The Presbyterian Magazine
The January 1858 issue in which a discussion goes on about slavery and the attitude of the church. Also contains other interesting articles.
Hand-Book of the Presbyterian Church in Canada
Published in 1883
The Church of Scotland Past and Present
its history, its relation to the law and the state, its doctrine, ritual, discipline, and patrimony (1890)
A Voice in the Wilderness
By Duncan Shaw (1995)
The Very Rev. Professor John McIntyre
Distinguished theologian.
Ordination in the Anglican Church, Toronto
Ordination of Nola Susan Crewe
Rev. James Gilmour M.A.
Among the Mongols
Bishop Carswell
By the Rev. John Dewar (pdf)
The Scottish Reformation
A Historical Sketch by Peter Lorimer D.D.
Alexander Cruden
Author of
the Concordance of the Old and New Testaments. Here we provide an account of his life and a copy of the Concordance in pdf format.
Old Church Life in Scotland
By Andrew Edgar, Minister at Mauchline (1885)
The Christ of History and of Experience
Being the Kerr Lectures for 1897. By the Rev. D. W. Forrest, M.A. Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark. 1897.
Elements of the Science of Religion
Morphological Being the Gifford Lectures delivered before the University of Edinburgh in 1896. By C. P. Tiele, Theo.D., Litt.D. etc.
Memoirs of the Rise, Progress and Persecutions of the People called Quakers in the North of Scotland.
By John Barclay (1835) (pdf)
Quakers in Scotland
By Alexander Allardyce
The Sabbath School and Bible Teaching
By James Inglis (1852)
The prymer : or, Prayer-book of the lay people in the Middle Ages in English dating about 1400 A.D. (1891) These pdf files can be download at Volume 1  |  Volume 2

The Busy Man's Bible
And How to Study and Teach it by George W Cable (pdf)
Dalziel St Andrew’s Parish Church
They are recording their Sunday service on YouTube.
Bible Stories retold in words of one syllable
By Harriet T. Comstock (pdf)
Canny Tales of Ministers and Elders
By Allan Junior
Islam: A guide for Jews and Christians
By E. E. Peters (pdf)
Scottish Church Music, Its Composers and Sources
By James Love (1891) (pdf)
Parish Papers
By Norman MacLeod, D.D.
History of St. Margarets Convent, Edinburgh
The first religious house founded in Scotland since the so-called Reformation. And the autobiography of the first religious, Sister Agnes Xavier Trail (1886)
Episcopacy in Scotland
An article from Tait's Edinburgh Magazine c1843.
Scottish Religious Houses Abroad
A review of books on this subject by the Edinburgh Review (pdf)
Rose Douglas, Sketches of a Country Parish
Being the Autobiography of a Scotch Minister's Daughter in two volumes (1851)
Robert Milligan's Difficulties
Or Struggle and Triumph, A Scotch Life Story by Rev. William Adamson (1891) (pdf)
MacDonald, Duncan Black
Christian missionary who promoted a new approach to relating to the Muslim world
The Auld Scotch Minister
By Nicholas Dickson (1892) (pdf)
The Scottish Magazine
And Churchman's Review, Volume II (1853) (pdf)
A Garland of Christmas Carols (pdf)
Life of the Reverend David Brainerd
Minister of the Gospel; Missionary to the Indians from the Honourable Society in Scotland (pdf)
Scottish Stories from The Family Treasure (1869) (pdf)
Old Church Life in Ballingry
The Hisitory of a Fifeshire Parish by The Rev. David Jamie, B.D. (1890) (pdf)
Scottish Christian Herald

Volumes 1 - 3
Sketch of the Life of William E. Philip, Missionary at Hankey

Scottish Congregational Magazine
Life and Letters of John Paterson Struther, M.A.
Late Minister of Greenock Reformed Presbyterian Church edited and illustrated by A. L. Struthers, Third Edition (pdf)
The Value of the Sabbath
By the Rev. Archibald Bennie, Minister of Lady Yester's Parish, Edinburgh.
Men of the Knotted Heart
A Recollection and Appreciation of Alexander Duncan Grant, and John Paterson
Struthers by Thomas Cassels (1915) (pdf)
The Morning Watch
Or Quarterly Journal on Prophecy and Theological Review
The Missionary of Kilmany
Being a Memoir of Alexander Paterson with Notices of Robert Edie by The Rev. John Baillie (1854)
Soldiers of the Church
The Story of What the Reformed Presbyterians (Covenanters) of North America, Canada, and the British Isles, Did to Win the World War of 1914-1918 By John W. Pritchard (1919)
The Scots Worthies
By John Howie (1870) (pdf)
An account of the Consecration of St Matthew's Church, Old Meldrum
By the Right Rev. The Bishop of Aberdeen on St Matthew's Day, September 21, 1863 (pdf)
The Apostle of the North
The Life and Labours of The Rev. Dr. M'Donald By The Rev. J. Kennedy (1868)
The Book of Common Prayer
And the Scottish Liturgy (pdf)
Life and Correspondence of the Later Rev. Henry Belfrage, D.D. of Falkirk
By the Rev. John M'Kerrow and The Rev. John M'Farlane (1837) (pdf)
The History of the Kirk of Scotland
By Mr David Calderwood in 7 volumes
The Culdee Church
The Historical Connection of Modern Presbyterian Churches with those of Apostolic Times, through The Church of Scotland by Rev. T. V. Moore, D.D.
A Jacobite Stronghold of the Church
Being the Story of Old St. Paul's, Edinburgh: its Origin on the Disestablishment of Episcopacy in Scotland, 1689, through Jacobite years onward to the Oxford Movement; and its Relation to the Scottish Consecration in 1784 of the first Bishop of the American Church By Mary E. Ingram (1907)
Two Centuries of Border Church Life
With Biographies of Leading Men and Sketches of the Social Condition of the People on the Eastern Border by James Tait in two volumes (1891)
A look at this alternative religion or non religion in Scotland
The Story of PiIrig Church
1843, 1863, 1913 by Eben Turner, Session-Clerk (1913) (pdf)
Records of the Scots Colleges
At Douai, Rome, Madrid, Valladolid and Ratisbon, Aberdeen, (1906)
Thirty Years of Broughton Place Church (1914) (pdf)
Lectures on Foreign Churches
Delivered in Edinburgh and Glasgow, May 1845 (pdf)
The Revival as a Dimension of Scottish Church History
By The Rev. Ian A. Muirhead, M.A., B.D.
Looking for Nuns
A Prosopographical study of Scottish Nuns in the later Middle Ages By Kimm Curran, B.A.
The Scottish Monasteries of Old
A Brief Account of the Houses which existed in Scotland, befoe the Potestant Reformation, for Monks following the Rule of St Benedict by Michael Barrett (1913) (pdf)
The Abbey of Paisley
From its Foundation to its Dissolution by J. Cameron Lees, D.D. (1878) (pdf)
Celtic Britain and the Pilgrim Movement
By G. Hartwell Jones, M.A., D.D. (1912) (pdf)
The Cambridge Bible for Schools and Colleges
The First Book of Maccabees - General Editor A. F. Kirkpatrick, D.D. with Introduction and Notes by The Rev. W. Fairweather, M.A. and J. Sutherand Black, LL.D (1897) (pdf)
An Earnest Appeal to the Free Church of Scotland on the Subjects of Economics
By The Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D. D. (1847)
The Presbytery of Ross and Sutherland 1693 - 1700
By the Rev. Professor Donald Maclean, D.D. (pdf)
The Leslie Controversy, 1805
By Ian D. L. Clark, M.A. (pdf)
Diary of George Ridpath
Minister of Stichel, 1755-1761 Edited with Notes and Introduction by Sir James Balfour Paul, C.V.O., LL.D. (1922) (pdf)
Lectures on the Origin and Growth of Religion as Illustrated by Celtic Heathendom
By John Rhys, Fellow of Jesus College, and Late Fellow of Merton Collge; Professor of Celtic in the University of Oxford, Second Edition (1892) (pdf)
Memoir of John Millar of Sheardale
With an Appendix by the Rev. Andrew Thomson, D.D. (1876) (pdf)
The Shorter Catechism
With the Propositions separated and Proved for use of Schools and Families by John Millar (fifth edition) (pdf)
Diary, Meditations, and Letters of Mr. Joseph Williams
By Benjamin Hanbury (1826) (pdf)
Memoir of the Rev. E. Henderson, D.D., PH.D.
Including his labours in Denmark, Iceland, Russia, etc. by Thulia S. Henderson (1859) (pdf)
The Celtic Church in Scotland
Being an introduction to the history of the Christian Church in Scotland down to the death of Saint Margaret by John Dowden, D.D., Bishop of Edinburgh (1894) (pdf)
Sketch of the Life of Rev. Dr. MacDonald
A significant Gaelic speaking minister with two poems in Gaelic. (1862) (pdf)
Memoir of Robert Herbert Story by His Daughters
Principle and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Glasgow, one of his Majesty's Chaplains in Scotland by his Daughters (1909) (pdf)
A Memoir of the Life of John Tulloch, D.D., LL.D.
Principle and Primarius Professor of St. Mary's Collge, St. Andrews, Dean of the most ancient and honourable order of the Thistle; one of her Majesty's Chaplain in Scotland, etc., etc. by Mrs Oliphant (Third Edition) (1888) (pdf)
The Love that will not let me go
By George R. Dempster (1937) (pdf)

The Wonder Book of Bible Stories
A Concise System of Theology
On the Basis of the Shorter Catechism by Alexander Smith Peterson, A.M. (1881)
Sermons and Letters of the Late Rev. Alex. Pringle, D.D.
With a Memoir of the author by his Surviving Colleague the Rev. David Young, D.D. (1840) (pdf)
Memoir of the Late Rev. Alexander Stewart, D. D.
One of the Ministers of Canongate, Edinburgh to which are subjoined a few of his sermons (second edition) (1822) (pdf)
The Life of the Rev. John MacDonald, A.M.
Late Missionary Minister from the Free Church of Scotland at Calcutta including selections from his Diary and Letters by the Rev. W. K. Tweedie (second edition) (1849) (pdf)
Gaelic Elegies
In Memory of Dr. John MacDonald, Free Church, Ferintosh, Rev. Alexander Stewart, Cromarty, and Mrs. Margaret M'Kay, Keay Country, Sutherlandshire by the Rev. W. Findlater Minister of the Free Church, Durness (1850) (pdf)
Life of the Right Reverend George Gleig, LL.D., F.S.S.A.,
Bishop of Brechin, and Primus of the Scottish Episcopal Church dedicated to his son the Reverend G.R. Gleig, M.A., Late Chaplain-General of the Forces by the Rev. William Walker, M.A., Monymusk. (1878) (pdf)
The Life of the Right Reverend Alexander Jolly, Bishop of Moray
Second Edition by the Rev. William Walker (1878) (pdf)
The Night Lamp
The Means by which Spiritual Darkness was Dispelled from the Death-Bed of Agnes Maxwell MacFarlane By the Rev. John MacFarlane, LL.D. (1851) (second edition) (pdf)
Joyfully Ready
A Sketch of the Life of Harry MacInnes by His Mother (1890) (pdf)
The Scottish Paraphrases
Being the translations and paraphrases in verse of several passages of sacred scriptures collected and prepared by a committee of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland in order to be sung in Churches. An Account of their History, Authors, and Sources; together with the Minutes of the General Assembly and Extracts from Presbytery Records relative thereto; Reprints of the Editions of 1745, 1751, and 1781; Information regarding Hymns contemporary with the Paraphrases; and some Account of the Scripture Songs of 1706. By Douglas J. MacLagan (1889)
The Scottish Psalm and Tune Book (1854) (pdf)
Autobiography of Thomas Guthrie, D. D.
And Memoir by his sons, Rev. David K. Guthrie and Charles J. Guthrie, M.A. in two volumes (1874/5)
Facts and Fallacies relative to Scottish Churches and Schools
Twelve Tracts for the Times addressed to the Hon. Lord Ardmillan and Right Hon. George Young, M.P., Lord Advocate of Scotland, by "Free Lance" (1871) (pdf)
The Sunday Magazine
Edited by W. G. Blaikie, D.D., LL.D. (1873) (pdf). Other copies are available on the Internet Archive.
The Parables
Read in the Light of the Present Day by Thomas Guthrie, D.D. (pdf)
Life of Archibald Campbell Tait
Archbishop of Canterbury by Randall Thomas Davidson, D.D., Dean of Windsor and William Benham, B.D., Hon. Canon of Canterbury in two volumes (1891)
Alexander Fletcher
Minister particularly known for his work with children
Talking to the Children
By Alexander MacLeod, D.D. (1872) (pdf)
The Day of Trouble
Plain Words for the Suffering and Sorrowful selected from the Writings of the Rev. W.R. MacKenzie, M.A. (pdf)
Bruce, Robert (1554-1631)
The Gospel in Ezekiel
Illustrated in a series of discourses by the Rev. Thomas Guthrie, D.D., Edinburgh (1870) (pdf)
Rev Alexander Macleod
Gaelic speaking Minister
Liber S. Thome de Aberbrothoc
Registrorum Abbacie de Aberbrotoc pars prior and Registrum Urtus, Munimentaque Eidem Coatanea Complectens 1178 - 1329 (pdf)
Book 1  |  Book 2
The Preacher and his Sermon
By Rev. J. Paterson Smyth B.D., LL.D., LITT.D., D.C.L. (1922) (pdf)
What God Has Joined Together
By the Reverand Malcolm James MacLeod M.A., D.D., Minister of the Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, N. Y. (1915) (pdf)
When the Morning Wakens
By Rev. Malcolm James MacLeod, D.D., MANY and varied are the subjects in this volume of sermons. They touch many human emotions. One is carried to the Mount of Transfiguration, walks the way of Christian obligation, communes with the sacred things of life, and feels the shadows of the valley which men call death. But wherever the reader is led there is a consciousness of security, for to this distinguished author and preacher God is in constant communion with man. (1926) (pdf)
The Fragrance of Christian Ideals
By Malcolm James (MacLeod) McLeod, Minister of Collegiate Church of St. Nicholas, New York City (1912)
Alexander Whyte
Moderator of the Free Church of Scotland in 1898.
A vertical connection to God: the euphoria of Gaelic psalm singing
The Gaelic language may be in steep decline, but a collaboration between the composer Craig Armstrong and traditional Hebridean singers hopes to keep a centuries-old style alive.
The Reformation in Moray and Mr. Robert Point
By Frank D. Bardgett (pdf)
James Fraser, Laird of Brea
Parish Minister of Culross, Bass Rock, Blackness, and NewGate Prison, and author of 'The Book of the Intricacies of my Heart and Life', By Alexander Whyte, D.D., LL.D. (1911) (pdf)
The Psalms
Their History, Teachings and Use by William Binnie, D.D. (1870) (pdf).
William Binnie, Scottish Presbyterian (August 20, 1823 -- September 22, 1886) was ordained to the ministry in the Reformed Presbyterian Church of Scotland by William Symington (author of Messiah, the Prince) in 1849. He served as a Professor of Systematic Theology and Homiletics at the College in the Craigs of Sterling and later (1875) became Professor of Church History and Pastoral Theology at the Free Church College in Aberdeen.
Peace in Believing
A Memoir of Isabella Campbell of Fernicarry, Roseneath, Dumbartonshire (second edition) by Robert Story (pdf)
Letter of Instructions from the Directors of the Scottish Missionary Society
To their Missionaries among the Heathen. These Instructions were drawn up with reference to missions in the East and West Indies, a circumstance which will account for the form which they in some instances assume (pdf)
Our Ten Christian Colleges
In Asia, Africa, and the West Indies of the United Free Church of Scotland by George Smith (pdf)
Scotland's Responsibility in the Mission Field
And how to meet it by the Laymen's Missionary Movement, Edinburgh (pdf)
Saint Margaret, Queen and Patroness of Scotland
By a Secular Priest (pdf)
Innes Review at 70
Bi Annual publication on Scottish Catholic History By
Kieran D. Taylor (pdf)
Dr. David A. Renwick
Has been an ordained Presbyterian Minister for 40 years, serving diverse congregations in Newfoundland, Canada; San Antonio, Texas; Lexington, KY; and Spartanburg, South Carolina. Dr. Renwick is a graduate of St. Andrew’s University in Scotland, where he studied Applied Mathematics.  He received his M.Div. from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and his Ph.D. from Union Theological Seminary in Virginia. David’s wife Currie is a Media Specialist in the DC Public Schools.  They have three adult children and five grandchildren.
Prevailing Prayer
An account of the Old South chapel prayer meeting, Boston, with introduction by Norman Macleod (1859) (pdf)
The Christian Instructor
Containing a brief but comprehensive view of the evidences, doctrines, duties, external economy, and prospects of the Christian Religion in the form of question and answer by G. Croft (1925) (pdf)
A Cameronian Apostle
Being some Account of John Macmillan of Balmaghie by the Rev. H. W. B. Reid, B. D., Balmaghie with ten illustrations (1896)
The Christian Minister
His respectability and success in connection with the Prayers of his flock. A Discourse delivered on the occasion of entering upon the Pastoral Charge of the Fairmount Presbyterian Church, Sabbath, July 12th, 1868 by the Rev. Samuel R. Kerr, A. M. (pdf)
George H. C. Macgregor M. A.:
A biography by the Rev. Duncan Campbell Macgregor (1900) (pdf)
Luther's Scottish Connection
By James Edward McGoldrick (2008)
Scottish Bibles

A Literary Relic of Scottish Lollardy
By Thomas. M. Lindsay from his article in the Scottish Historical Review of April 1904 (pdf) and have attached to this page The New Testament in Scots being  Purvey's Revision of Wycliffe's Version turned into Scots by Murdoch Nisbet c. 1520. Edited from the unique MS. in the possession of Lord Amherst of Hackney (1901) by Thomas Graves Law, LL.D. in three volumes.
Archbishop Davidson and the English Church
By Sidney Dark (1929)
Report of the Glasgow Conference of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day Saints
Held in the Mechanic's Institution Hall, Canning Street, Calton, Glasgow, January 1852 (pdf)
Southern Presbyterian Leaders
By Henry Alexander White, A.M., PH.D., D.D., LL.D. (1911) (pdf)
The Scottish Pulpit
From the Reformation to the Present Day by William M. Taylor, D.D., LL.D. (1887) (pdf)
Rev. James Aberigh Mackay
Vicar of St. George's Church, Penang, Malaysia between 1859-1868
The Sunday at Home
A Family Magazine for Sabbath Reading was a weekly magazine published by the Religious Tract Society in London.
Our Churches and Why we belong to them
It might be feared that this volume would emphasize the differences in doctrine and Church government between the various Churches dealt with, and thus tend to separate them further from one another. Such, however, has not been the intention of the contributors. On the contrary, it is hoped that on its perusal the impression left on the reader’s mind will be, that the Churches do not differ so much as is generally supposed, and that many might combine with advantage to the progress of Christianity in this country, and throughout the world.
(1898) (pdf)
Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ
By Peter Davidson, D.D. (United Prebyterian Divine and Author. Born in Dundee in 1803, he studied for the United Presbyterian ministry, and was ordained to the charge of Erskine Church, Arbroath, in 1831. Called to Stockbridge, now Eyre Place Church, in Edinburgh, he was inducted to the charge of that congregation in 1836. Here he continued till 1861, when he moved with his congregation to the Synod Hall in Queen Street. In 1858 he published his excellent book, "Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ," and in 1861 he received the degree of D.D. from St Andrews University. At the time of the Atonement controversy in his Church, he issued a striking pamphlet entitled, "The Two Gospels," in which he powerfully advocated the views of Dr John Brown. In addition to the publications already named, Dr Davidson joined issue in 1863 with Dr Colvin in a volume entitled "The Pentateuch Vindicated." He was also from the first a stalwart voluntary, advocating his views resolutely both in the press and in Church courts. He died in 1881.
Ian MacLaren, The Life of the Rev. John Watson, D.D.
By W. Robertson Nicoll (1909) (pdf)
Biographia Presbyteriana
By Patrick Walker in two volumes
Human Nature in its Fourfold State
Of Primitive Integrity, Entire Depravity, Begun Recovery, and Consumate Happiness or Misery subsisting in the Parents of Mankind in Paradise, the Unregenerate, the Regenerate, and all Mankind in the future state in several practical discourses by the Rev. Thomas Boston, late Minister of the Gospel at Ettrick (1841) (pdf)
Sermons by the Late William Mackelvie D.D. of Balgedie
With Memoir of the author by John MacFarlane, LL.D. (1865) (pdf)
Concilia Ecclesiĉ Scoticanĉ
By Joseph Robertson (pdf)
Across the River
Twelve views of Heaven by Norman MacLeod, D.D. Robt. S. Candlish, D.D., Henry Allon, James Parsons, R. W. Hamilton, D.D. James Spence, D.D., William Chalmers, M.A., James Hamilton, D.D., James Wonnacot, William Jay, &c. (1864) (pdf)
Life and remains of Robert Lee, D.D., F.R.S.E.
Minister of the Church and parish of Old Greyfriars by Robert Herbert Story in two volumes (1870)
A Country Parish
Studies in Pastoral Theology and Church Law by the Rev. H. M. B. Reid, D.D., Professor of Divinity in the University of Glasgow (1908) (pdf)
The Family and its Duties
With other Essays and Discourses for Sunday Reading by Robert Lee, D.D., Minister of Greyfriars; Professor of Biblical Criticism in the University of Edinburgh, One of her Majesty's Chaplains in Ordinary in Scotland; and senior Dean of the Chapel-Royal, (1863) (pdf)
The Sheepfold and the Common:
Or, Within and Without in 2 volumes by Timothy East (1858)
Memorials of St. Paul s Cathedral
By William MacDonald Sinclair, D.D. (1909) (pdf)
Confessionalization and Clan Cohesion
Ireland's contribution to Scottish Catholic renewal in the seventeenth century by R. Scott Spurlock (pdf)
Heaven our Home
By William Branks (1861)
The Secret of a Warm Heart and other Papers
By the Rev. Norman MacLeod Caie (1925) (pdf)
Some information about the Galatians and their Celtic roots.
The Century Bible
Thessalonians and Galatians (pdf)
John MacLeod Campbell, D.D.
By The Rev. Norman MacLeod (1872) (pdf)
Sermons preached before the Queen at Balmoral
Christ blessings little children by the Rev. Norman MacLeod (1872) (pdf)
The Scottish Complementarians Who Teach Women to Preach
A church planting network in Edinburgh’s poorest neighborhoods is flipping gender norms on their heads. By Kara Bettis published in the June 2022 issue of Chrstianity Today at: (pdf)
My Father
An Aberdeenshire Minister 1812-1891 by W. Robertson Nicoll (second edition) (1910) (pdf)
The Christian's Penny Magazine
And Friend of the people (1873) (pdf)
That Uncouth Dialect
English-Speaking Clergy in Late Medieval Gaelic Scotland by Iain G. MacDonald (pdf)
A Crack about the Kirk
For Kintra Folk (pdf)
God's minute
A book of 365 daily prayers sixty seconds long for home worship (1916) (pdf) Sent in from Pat where she said -  It's very possible Malcolm MacLeod of PEI had to do with the making of this book, for which I am very thankful. It came to me from my Grandmother, Dad's Mother, who lived in NY, (Long Island) as he did, at the same time he lived and preached there in NYC. (pdf)
The Theology
Theologians of Scotland chiefly of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries being one of the Cunningham lectures by James Walker, D.D. (second Edition) (1888) (pdf)
John MacLeod Campbell D.D.
By Norman MacLeod in Good Words (1872) (pdf)
The Female Diaconate in the early church
By J. M. Ludlow, an article in Good Words
Life of James Hamilton D.D., F.L.S.
By William Arnot (fourth edition) (1870) (pdf). Scottish minister and a prolific author of religious tracts.
Memoirs of the Church of Scotland
In Four Periods I. The Church in her infant-state, from the Reformation to the Queen Mary's abdication II. The Church in its growing state, from the abdication to the Restoration III. The Church in its persecuted state, from the Restoration to the Revolution IV. The Church in its present state, from the Revolution to the Union by Daniel Defoe (1717) (pdf)
Discourses suited to the administration of the Lord's Supper
By John Brown, D.D. (Third Edition) (1863) (pdf)
How Scotland Lost Its Hold of the Bible
By Iain H. Murray (pdf)
A critical history of free thought in reference to the Christian religion
Eight lectures by Adam Storey Farrar (1881) (pdf)
Memoir and Remains of Rev. Robert Murray M'Cheyne
Minister of St. Peter's Church, Dundee by the Rev. Andrew A. Bonar, D.D., Minister of the Free Church of Scotland, Glasgow (1844) (pdf)
Memoirs of the Life of the Rev. Thomas Haliburton
Professor of Divinity in the University of St. Andrews with an appendix embracing an account of the Church of Scotland during the time of Halyburton. Issued by the Committee of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, fo
r the publication of the works of Scottish Reformers and Divines (1848) (pdf)
Memoirs of the Rev. John Blackader
Compiled chiefly from unpublished manuscripts, and memoirs of his life and ministry written by himself while prisoner on the Bass; and containing illustrations of the Episcopal persecution from the restoration to the death of Charles II. With an appendix giving a short account of the history and siege of the Bass, &c. by Andrew Crichton (1823)
A letter from a blacksmith to the minister and elders of the church of Scotland
By John Witherspoon from old catalog (1824) (pdf)
John Paterson, Bible Society Pioneer
By the Rev. James M. Alexander, B.D., in two parts
Memoirs of Mrs William Veitch, Mr. Thomas Hog of Kiltearn, Mr. Henry Erskine, and Mr.John Carstairs
Issued by the Committee of the General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland for the publication of the works of Scottish Reformers and Divines (1846) (pdf)
Prayers for Sailors and Fisher-Folk
Prepared and Published by instruction of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, 1901
Christian Belief and Practice
Lessons for the Guidance of Clergy and Teachers by R.D. Richardson, M.A., B.Litt. (1940) (pdf)
The Correspondence of the Rev. Robert Wodrow
Minister of Eastwood and Author of the Sufferings of the Church of Scotland, edited from Manuscripts in the Library of the Faculty of Advocates, Edinburgh by the Rev. Thomas M'Crie, Volume 1  |  Volume 2  |  Volume 3 (1842) (pdf)
Life & Work - St. Stephen's Parish Magazine
By the Rev. Norman MacLeod
St. Mark’s Gospel
Two Stages of its Making By J. M. C. Crum, Residentiary Canon of Canterbury (1936)
Select Biographies
Edited for the Wodrow Society chiefly from Manuscripts in the library of the Faculty of Advocates on John Welsh, Patrick Simson, and John Livingstone by the Rev. W. K. Tweedie (1845) (pdf)
The Whole Proceedings before the Presbytery of Dumbarton and Synod of Glasgow and Ayr
In the Case of the Rev. John M'Leod Campbell, Minister of Row, including the libel, Answers to the Libel, Evidence, and Speeches. (1831) (pdf)
The Rev. Robert Douglas, A.M., 1594-1674
By the Rev. John Kilpatrick, B.D., Ph.D., FSAScot  (pdf)
War and Judgment
A Sermon preached in the Church of Crathie, in October, 1870 by Norman MacLeod D.D. (pdf)
The Christian’s Birthday Book and Daily Monitor
By the Rev. Charles Rogers, LL.D., Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, Fellow of the Royal Society of Northern Antiquaries, Copenhagen; Fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales, Associate of the Imperial Archaeological Society of Russia, Member of the Historical Society of Quebec, Member of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania, and Corresponding Member of the Historical and Genealogical Society of New England (1879) (pdf)
The Twenty-four Books of the Holy Scripture
Carefully Translated according to the Massoretic text. on the basis of the English version after the best Jewish Authorities, and supplied with short explanatory notes by Isaac Leeser (1891)
Selections from the writings of the Rev. Thomas Hardy, D.D.
Minister of Foulis Wester, Perthshire, 1852-1910 with Foreword by his daughter with illustrations (1910) (pdf)
Matthew Leishman of Govan and The Middle Party of 1843
A Page from Scottish Church Life and History in the Nineteenth Century by James Fleming Leishman, M. A. (1921) (pdf)
Early Christian Govan
The Historical Context by Alan MacQuarrie, M.A., Ph.D.
General Booth and The Salvation Army
By A. M. Nicol (1911) (pdf)
A Scotch Communion Sunday
To which are added certain discourses from a University city by the Author of The Recreations of a Country Parson, Andrew Kennedy Hutchison Boyd (1873) (pdf)
The Circle of Christian Doctrine
A Handbook of Faith framed out of a Layman's experience by Lord Kinloch, one of the Judges of the Supreme Court of Scotland (second edition) (1861) (pdf)
In Quest of Reality
Being the Warrack Lectures on Preaching in the Theological Colleges of the United Free Church of Scotland, Session 1923-24 by The Rev. James Reid, M.A., St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Eastbourne, Author of The Victory of God, etc. (1925) (pdf)
Time's Treasure
Or Devout thoughts for every day of the year expressed in verse by Lord Kinloch (third edition) (1865) (pdf)
The Throne of the Fisherman
Built by the Carpenter's Son, the Root, the Bond, and the Crown of Christendom by Thomas W. Allies, K.C.S.G. (1887) (pdf)
Thoughts on Family Worship
By James W. Alexander, Pastor of the Duane Street Presbyterian Church, New York (1847) (pdf)
The Victory of God
By Rev. James Reid, M.A., Minister of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Eastbourne (1922) (pdf)
The Works of the Rev. William Thom
Late Minister of Govan (1799) (pdf)
The Country and Church of the Cheeryble Brothers
By the Rev. W. Hume Elliot (1893) (pdf)
The Church in the House
Or Primitive Christianity as Exhibited in the Acts of the Apostles by William Arnot, Minister of the Free Church in Edinburgh (1875) (pdf)
Makers of the Scottish Church
By Rev. W. Beveridge, M.A. New Deer (1908)
Traditional Ceremonial and Customs connected with Scottish Liturgy
By F. C. Eeles, F.R.Hist.S., FSAScot., Diocesan Librarian of Aberdeen (1910) (pdf)
Beautiful Thoughts
By George MacDonald arranged by Elizabeth W. Dougall (1894) (pdf)
Ancient Catholic Homes of Scotland
By Dom. Odo Blundell, O.S.B., Monk of Fort Augustus, with an introduction by HONble Mrs. Maxwell Scott of Abbotsford (1907) (pdf)
The Bishops of Scotland
Being notes on the lives of all the Bishops, under each of the Sees, prior to the Reformation by the Late Right Rev. John Dowden, D.D., LL.D., Bishop of Edinburgh edited by J. Maitland Thomson, LL.D. (1912) (pdf)
Congregation of Shawbost, Isle of Lewis
Free Church of Scotland with sermons in English and Gaelic with archives of audio recordings.
Ancient Church Dedications in Scotland
By James Murray MacKinlay, M.A.
Ecclesiological Notes of some of the Islands of Scotland
By T. S. Muir (1885)
Cathedrals and Abbeys of Presbyterian Scotland
By M. E. Leicester Addis (1901) (pdf)
From whence come Wars?
An Enquiry into the Origin, with a View of the Progress and Effects, of War. A Sermon preached in the Church of Govan on the public fast, February 9th, 1779 by the Reverend William Thom, A.M., Minister of Govan (pdf)
Sinclair Buchanan Ferguson
Scottish theologian
Faithful Contendings Displayed
Being an historical relation of the State and Actings of the suffering Remnant in the church of Scotland, who subsisted in Select Societies, and were united in general correspondences during the hottest time of the late Persecution, viz. from the year 1681 to 1691 together with an account of the State of the land in general, and of the Society people in particular, in the intervals betwixt each of their general meetings, with some pertinent remarks upon these historical occurrences, and many letters to and from the general correspondent meetings, etc., collected and kept in records by Mr. Michael Shields, who was clerk unto these general Societies, and personally present at most of their meetings. Collected and transcribed by John Howie (1880) (pdf)
A History of Congregational Independency In Scotland
By James Ross (1900) (pdf)
Scotland's Free Church
A historical retrospect and memorial of the disruption by George Buchanan Ryley with a summary of Free Church progress and Finance 1843-1893 by John M. McCandlish F.R.S.E. late president of the Faculty of Acturies (1893) (pdf)
The Archbishops of St. Andrews
By John Herkless, Professor of Ecclesiastical History in the University of St. Andrews and Robert Kerr Hanny, Lecturer in Ancient History in the University of St. Andrews in 4 volumes (1907)

Mary Peckham: "The Hebrides Revival" - Full Message

The Hebrides Revival
Rev. Duncan Campbell (audio)

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BBC visits Donald Trump's Mother's home on Isle Of Lewis, Scotland

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The Free Church of Scotland College
Theological training to prepare you for future service.
Revised Common Lectionary
Go to desired date - the readings will pop up. Right upper side has a list of Art, prayer, hymns, colors, etc. Select Colors for the liturgical colours.
Bruce, Robert (1554-1631)

Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland
The Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland is the constitutional heir of the historic Church of Scotland. We descend directly from that church first established through the God-owned labours of John Knox and others in 1560.
West Cowal Churches
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Grandfather tells the children the story of the Great Flood - includes audio file
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Good Words for Children
By the Rev. Norman MacLeod, D.D.

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