Archibald Campbell’s portrait seems stern and forbidding at first glance, but there is an unfortunate reason for that. And as we discover more of the life and words of the Marquis of Argyle it is clear that it would be a big mistake to judge him by his appearance. He was a friend to reformation in life and death.
- “A friend to Reformation” – Archibald Campbell – SFH093
- An Ingenious Alibi – Bowbeat Hill, Moorfoots – SFH092
- “Much melting of heart” a Covenanting Communion service – Ormiston Old Kirk – SFH091
- “To sink or swim together” – Henderson and British Church Unity – SFH090
- Scotland’s Forgotten International Covenant – SFH089
Alexander Brodie Alexander Henderson Alexander Peden Alexander Shields Archibald Campbell Archibald Johnston Archibald Skeldie Arniston Bass Rock Beatrix Umpherston Biggar Borders Carnwath Carolina Christ Dying Claverhouse Closeburn Covenanters David Dickson Douglas Dumfries & Galloway East Lothian Edinburgh Glencorse Old Kirk Greyfriars Kirkyard Helen Alexander Irvine James Guthrie James Renwick John Blackadder King Charles II Kirkliston Lanarkshire London Magdalen Chapel Midlothian Moffat Moray National Covenant National Museum Parliament Square Samuel Rutherford Slavery Solemn League & Covenant Tolbooth