Episode One – 10 mins
Scotland’s Forgotten Reformation
You’ve heard of the Scottish Reformation of 1560, but what was the Second Reformation? This video documents a powerful movement that would take the Church in Scotland to a more extensive reformation according to God’s Word.
We hope you find that this web video series enriches your understanding of what God has done for His Church in the past and can yet do. We pray that you will find the companion Bible Study for the series both challenging and inspiring and that it will help you grow in understanding of how to apply Scripture.
Scotland’s Forgotten Revival
Episode two – 11 mins
Scotland’s Forgotten Suffering
Episode three – 20 mins
Scotland’s Forgotten Foundations
Episode Four – 22 mins
We conclude our series about the Solemn League and Covenant in Ormiston and we discover how and why the international covenant made an international journey from here. What abiding significance did the covenant have after it was publicly burned by the authorities?
The renewing of the Solemn League and Covenant at Aberlady, East Lothian in 1648 gives us the opportunity to consider the international covenant further. The General Assembly had published A Solemn Acknowledgement of Public Sin...
More than 370 years ago two men were in deep conversation as they walked on the hill now known as the Necropolis in Glasgow. The impact of those deliberations still endures in a publication that they planned together. We also find out how it had a close connection...
The Royal Mile was the trunk of Old Edinburgh with a large number of small alleyways called closes, courts or wynds branching off on each side. Most of the alleyways are called “closes” which tend to be narrow with tall buildings on both sides and access private...