This is a reading from Samuel Rutherford’s book Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners to Himself. For more about the book see the podcast episode 57 interview with Rob McCurley. This reading is kindly supplied by Rev Bryan Peters of the Presbyterian Reformed Church of Columbus, Indiana.
- Controversial, learned and zealous – John Flint of Lasswade – SFH083
- “Bringing these persecuted preachings to Lothian” – James Currie and the Moorfoot Conventicles- SFH082
- The Man Behind the Memorial – James Currie of Pentland – SFH081
- “If I should die among the snow” – a Winter Conventicle, Closeburn – SFH080
- “Send me where you please” – David Dickson, Turriff – SFH079
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