A Narrative of the Introduction & Progress of Christianity in Scotland Before the Reformation
INTRODUCTION & PROGRESS
Before the Reformation:
Progress of Religion, since,
IN SCOTLAND AND AMERICA,
ESPECIALLY AMONG PRESBYTERIANS.
FOR THE REFORMED DISSENTING PRESBYTERY.
A. D. 1839.
JAMES SMITH, PRINTER; WEST UNION, O.
THE Reformed Dissenting Presbytery met according to adjournment, at the Three-ridge meeting-house, May 30th, 1808. Constituted with prayer.—On motion, it was agreed to read the draught of a Narrative, to be prefixed to the Presbytery’s Testimony, paragraph by paragraph. The foresaid draught of a Narrative was read; and such alterations as were thought necessary, were made. The question was then put, approve or disapprove? And the votes being taken, it was carried unanimously, approve. Therefore, the Presbytery do approve the same, as a Narrative to be prefixed to the Testimony of the Reformed Dissenting Presbytery.
Robert Warwick, Moderator.
Matthew Jamison, Clerk, pro tem.
CONTENTS OF THE NARRATIVE.
- Chap. I.—Of the introduction of Christianity into Britain and its progress from that time to the Reformation.
Chap. II.—Of the reformation from popery, and its progress from the year 1494 to the year 1567.
Chap. III.—Of the state and success of the reformation, and the opposition it met with, from the coronation of James VI. anno 1567, to the year 1638.
Chap. IV.—Of the state and progress of reformation in Scotland, from the year 1637, to the year 1660.
Chap. V.—Of the state and progress of reformation in Scotland, from the year 1660, to the year 1688.
Chap. VI.—Of the state and progress of reformation in Scotland at, and some time after, the revolution, in 1688.
Chap. VII.—Of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in North America.
Chap. VIII.—Of the Associate Presbytery, now Synod, in North America.
Chap. IX.—Of the Associate Reformed Synod in North America.
Chap. X.—Of the Reformed Presbytery in North America.
Chap. XI.—Of the Reformed Dissenting Presbytery.