Are We Taking Error Seriously?

"Reformed theology has always emphasized the centrality of the visible Church with its ministry, sacraments and government."

A Lesson from George Whitefield

"The sins of the church are far more offensive to God than the sins of the nation."

Fifty Years On: Remembering the Rev Kenneth A MacRae

"Mr MacRae was probably the last preacher of the Word who made a lasting impact on the nation."

Glory from First to Last

"God will display His glory through His Son as the glorious Redeemer of His Body, the Church."

Motives to Pray for Revival

"Revivals have come at a time to give special encouragement to the people of God before the onset of persecution or other trials."

Lord, Restore the Glory: A Prayer for Scotland in 2014

"There is a tendency today for branches of the Church to be obsessed with numbers."

Free Church Fathers and their Heritage for Us (2)

Sketching some of the leading characters of the Disruption period

Free Church Fathers and their Heritage for Us (1)

Sketching some of the leading characters of the Disruption period

Recovering the Eternal Perspective

"The great need of the hour is that our lives and ministries be shaped by eternity."

The Inspiration of Scripture

"Christianity makes the bold assertion that what is revealed in the Bible is absolute and uncompromising truth."

The Church at the Crossroads

The need to return to the old paths of the Reformation and its foundation in the New Testament

Where is our Zeal?

Recovering a quality beneficial for Christian life and service

The Kingship of Christ

How Christ reigns in this world and the world to come

The Trinity

A brief look at a vital truth

What Scotland Owes to Knox

Scotland's great reformer

Augustine of Hippo

Theologian of sin and grace
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