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Journey with us to the places where Scotland’s Forgotten History happened.

 

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Thomas Case – Milk Street, London – SFH037

Thomas Case – Milk Street, London – SFH037

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...

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Alexander Brodie – Brodie Castle, Forres – SFH036

Alexander Brodie – Brodie Castle, Forres – SFH036

Alexander Brodie was no hero. He was a poor sinner leaning upon all sufficient grace.  He knew what he called the deep deceits of his heart. He knew to lament and confess them to God. But One compromise risked leading to another... Matthew Vogan is at a very wet...

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John Brown of Wamphray – SFH034

John Brown of Wamphray – SFH034

John Brown was the greatest theological writer in the later Covenanting period.  To find out more about Brown's writing and his profound insights into Christ and biblical Christianity, visit the Blog of John Brown at ReformationScotland.org To dig deeper, visit...

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The Crook Inn and The Birkhill Inn – SFH031

The Crook Inn and The Birkhill Inn – SFH031

A tale of two inns.  The Crook Inn (on the A701 near Tweedsmuir) and Birkhill Cottage (on the A708 near the Grey Mare's Tail Nature Reserve) were both used by Covenanters as well as Claverhouse and his dragoons. But what would happen if they...

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John Hunter’s Grave, Tweedsmuir – SFH027

John Hunter’s Grave, Tweedsmuir – SFH027

Picking up from the earlier episode at the Devil's Beef Tub, Matthew Vogan and Jimmy Fisher are in Tweedsmuir to tell the rest of the story of what happened to John Hunter. "When Zion's King was robbed of His right, His witnesses in Scotland...

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The Devil’s Beef Tub, Moffat – SFH023

The Devil’s Beef Tub, Moffat – SFH023

The Devil’s Beef Tub.  What a name!  It comes from its use as a place for keeping stolen cattle after border raids together with the tub shape of the valley. There is a cairn of stones on the slope of the Beef Tub which marks the spot where a...

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Lanark Covenanter Memorial

Lanark Covenanter Memorial

"Lanark is a real Covenanter town..."  Matthew Vogan and Jimmy Fisher are at a large obelisk in St Kentigern’s churchyard in Lanark, which is covered on all four sides with inscriptions of names.  It was built to commemorate the men from the town who were...

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