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
Many of the hotbeds of Covenanter activity were in Dumfries & Galloway or Ayrshire, but not all. This week, Matthew Vogan is at Kilravock Castle (pronounced "Kilrawk") near the village of Croy, between Inverness and Nairn to tell us about some of the Covenanters...
The sword featured in "Scotland's Forgotten Suffering" (episode three of Scotland's Forgotten History) was owned by Captain John Paton from Fenwick in Ayrshire. He fought with the Covenanters at the Pentland Rising, Battle of Drumclog and Battle of Bothwell Bridge. ...
Matthew Vogan is back on familiar ground in Greyfriars Kirk in Edinburgh, visiting the memorial for Alexander Henderson, the leader of the Covenanter Movement. To dig deeper, visit ScotlandsForgottenHistory.com
Thomas Case was an English Presbyterian minister and a member of the Westminster Assembly from 1643. He was an enthusiastic supporter of the noble, yet short-lived Solemn League and Covenant that was intended to bind the British Isles together, writing, "To every...