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
Sir William Bruce of Kinross was the Scottish 'Sir Christopher Wren'. This great architect designed some of the finest classical buildings in Scotland like Holyrood Palace, Thirlestane Castle and Prestonfield House. Yet the story of his own magnificent home on the...
Matthew Vogan explains a little of the history of two of the buildings in Greyfriars Kirkyard; the Covenanters' Prison and the mausoleum for George Mackenzie. "Bluidy Mackenzie," as the Lord Advocate during the rule of Charles II, was responsible for much of the...
In Greyfriars Kiryard in Edinburgh, there's a memorial to a little known minister called John Law and his wife, Isabella Cuninghame. The inscription reads: "To the memory of his most excellent parents Mr JOHN LAW, a most prudent and vigilant pastor of the Church at...
One of the oldest buildings in Edinburgh, the Magdalen Chapel was built in 1541 and has the oldest surviving stained glass in Scotland. It was the location for the first ever General Assembly of the Church of Scotland and the building played a significant, if somewhat...