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
Thomas Watson was the vicar of St. Stephen’s Walbrook in the city of London. He showed strong Presbyterian views during the English civil war and was ejected from his parish for Nonconformity. But what is his relationship to Scotland's Forgotten History? Matthew...
The Rev Thomas Hogg of Kiltearn was born in Tain in 1628. He was ordained minister of Kiltearn in 1654; deposed as a Protester in 1661 and ejected from his church in 1662. He was a noted field preacher, who ended up being imprisoned several times, including on the...
"Mors Patet, Hora Latet." So reads the Latin inscription on a small mausoleum wall at 1 Chamberlain Road, Edinburgh. "Death is sure, the hour is obscure." It's the mausoleum of an apothecary called John Livingstone (The crest on the gravestone is the Livingstone...
Alexander Brodie of Lethen was a Covenanter from the North of Scotland. Matthew Vogan records this episode at the Ardclach Bell Tower, less than 10 miles south east of Nairn. Built in 1655, probably as a watchtower, after Brodie's estates had been attacked by...