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REFORMATION BOOKSHELF CD(Volume Twenty-five)
Reformation Civil Government (1/2)
God's Ordinance of Magistracy Asserted, Christ's Kingship Over the Nations Maintained and Defended, Covenants, Covenanters, Covenanted Reformation in the State, the Establishment Principle Defended, the Principle of the National Recognition of Religion, the Relation Between Church and State, National Repentance and Reformation, Women Rulers, Liberty of Conscience, and much more!
John Calvin, the Westminster Assembly of Divines, the Covenanted Church of Scotland (General Assembly), John Knox, Samuel Rutherford, John Thorburn, George Gillespie, Theodore Beza, Thomas Brooks, John Brown (of Haddington), John Owen, William Cunningham, John Fairly, David Clarkson, Thomas M'Crie, Alexander M'Leod, James Melville, William L. Roberts, George Smeaton, William Symington, James R. Willson, the Reformed Presbytery (RPNA), J.A. Wylie, James Douglas, Michael Wagner, the Puritan Reformed Church of Edmonton (Session), Greg Price, Lyndon Dohms (on PRCE session), Greg Barrow, Reg Barrow, the famous Synod of Dort (1618-1619), Thomas Manton, George Gillespie, Matthew Henry, C.H. Spurgeon,Jonathan Edwards, John Brown (of Wamphray), Francis Turretin,James Durham, John Howie, William Hetherington,David Steele,Samuel Miller, John Girardeau, Edward Fisher, Robert Shaw, A.W. Pink, Loraine Boettner, Augustus Toplady, Andrew Symington, Patrick Fairbairn, William Roberts, Richard Baxter, John Anderson, Andrew Clarkson,David Scott, John Cunningham,Larry Birger, Francis Rouse,Dr. F. Nigel Lee,Bill Mencarow, et al.
This CD contains:
The Mystery of Magistracy Unveiled: or, God's Ordinance of Magistracy Asserted, Cleared, and Vindicated from Heathenish Dominion, Tyrannous and Antichristian Usurpation, Despisers of Dignities, and Contemners of Authorities
Though the author is unknown, this work has been thought by some to have been written by George Gillespie. It is a fine introduction to second Reformation thought on civil government.
The Establishment Principle Defended (1873)
Calvin, Covenanting and Close Communion (1996)
Barrow demonstrates how social covenanting and close communion were practiced by Calvin in Geneva. He shows that Calvin, in his desire to upholdsola Scripturaand promote further Reformation, saw the faithful implementation of these two ordinances as the means ordained of God to extend, protect, and consolidate the work of the Holy Spirit -- in the individual, civil, and (especially) the ecclesiastical battle against the man of sin in his day. This book is available in the "Free Books" file in every Reformation Bookshelf CD.
John Knox, Oliver Cromwell, God's Law and the Reformation of Civil Government
Many consider Knox one of the greatest Reformers ever and God used him to win the nation of Scotland to Christ.Knox laid the foundations for the Covenanters that followed, and they in turn gave us the clearest foretaste of the millennium glory to come in the magnificent Solemn League and Covenant. Speaking of these Reformation attainments McFeeters notes,
The fathers are worthy of all praise for this unprecedented effort to build the national government upon the true foundation of God's will, and administer it by men in Covenant with Jesus Christ, the King of kings. This was the first attempt to erect a Christian government, in which the fear of God should pervade every department and characterize every official(Sketches of the Covenanters, p. 155-156).
This book deals with some of Knox's most controversial political writings. Numerous resources, recently published, dealing with civil disobedience and opposition to tyranny are also listed.
The first appendix in this book contains Barrow's letter to Christian Renewalexpressing his strong disagreement with an unfavorable and inaccurate review of Michael Wagner'sPresbyterian Political Manifesto.In it he shows how the Reformers and their confessions of faith supported the civil establishment of the one true Christian religion, while at the same time publicly excluding Papist's, pagans and other heretics from places of civil rule (in countries blessed with the light of the gospel).
The second appendix contains a series of letters dedicated to proving why Barrow calls Cromwell the "Judas of the Covenant."It exposes Cromwell's reckless abandon in violating his sacred vows to the Lord in the Solemn League and Covenant, while also showing why Cromwell's wicked, antichristian views concerning toleration and so-called "liberty of conscience" led people away from Scriptural standards and helped open the floodgates to modern atheistic pluralism.In short, Cromwell was the prototype of our contemporary pragmatic politician, adept at equivocation and setting his own glory and government above all other concerns, including the glory and government of God.In this vein Barrow contends thatCromwell, unaffectionately dubbed the "late usurper" by the covenanted Presbyterians of the mid seventeenth-century,was used of the devil to accomplish things in the civil and ecclesiastical realm that he (i.e. Satan) could never have accomplished with the more obviously antichristian religions of that day (which were not pluralistic theologically, such Romanism, Episcopalianism, etc.). For Cromwell laid his axe of ungodly toleration and pretended liberty of conscience to the root of the tree of covenanted Reformation in a much more subtle manner than the previous "midwives to antichrist," and thus his sectarianism better served the devious designs of the devil during those days.This section also exposes Cromwell as a Erastian tyrant, a liar, and a dictator, who (with the help of his sectarian army) executed the covenanted Presbyterian minister Christopher Love (Cromwell's soldiers even threatened to shoot Thomas Manton for preaching at Love's funeral), sent many other Presbyterian ministers to jail (including Thomas Watson), disbanded the Scottish general assembly (at gunpoint), and eventually began negotiations with Papists (with the intent of granting them a measure of "liberty" to more freely practice their superstitions and soul murder).This is not the view of Cromwell that you will hear from modern historians and theologians who have abandoned the context of covenanted Reformation (how could it be?), for as Rushdoony has correctly pointed out, "Men cannot give a meaning to history that they themselves lack, nor can they honor a past which indicts them for their present failures" (A Biblical Philosophy of History, p. 135).
Pornography, the Anabaptists, and Doug Wilson's Civil Antinomianism
Pointed but irenic, Barrow decisively refutes the view of Doug Wilson (cf. "Cyberporn: A Case Study" [Credenda/Agenda, vol. 7, no. 5, p. 11]), many modern Theonomists and the civil libertarians, that the production and distribution of pornography is not a crime (and thus not subject to negative penal sanctions by the civil magistrate). This is appendix "B" excerpted fromSaul in the Cave of Adullam: A Testimony Against the Fashionable Sub-Calvinism of Doug Wilson (Editor ofCredenda/AgendaMagazine; and, For Classical Protestantism and the Attainments of the Second Reformation .
The Sin and Danger of Union Between the Church of Christ and an Immoral or Antichristian Civil Government (1841)
De Haereticis: A ciuili magistratu puniendis libellus (1554)
For Latin readers. Appeared in 1554 as a defense of Calvin's willingness, based on biblical law, to execute seditious heretics like Servetus (for Calvin saw this as the civil magistrate's God-given duty). In this work,Whether the Civil Magistrate Ought to Punish Heretics, "Beza argued... [m]agistrates in Christian states are representatives of God and are bound by the Word of God in spiritual matters" (cited in Greaves,Theology and Revolution in the Scottish Reformation [Christian University Press, 1980, p. 153]).
Sins Which Bring God's Fiery Judgement Upon Cities and Nations
Christ's Kingship Over the Nations Maintained and Defended in the Establishment Principle, or, The Principle of the National Recognition of Religion
BROWN (of Haddington), JOHN
The Absurdity and Perfidy of All Authoritative Toleration of Gross Heresy, Blasphemy, Idolatry, Popery, in Britain(1797, 1803 edition)
Select Works of David Clarkson (1846)
Contains "Historical Notices of the Life and Writings of Clarkson" by Gertrude Clarkson along with Clarkson's "Treatises on the Church Polity of the Primitive Times." This treatise includes the following articles: "No Evidence for Diocesan Churches;" "Diocesan Churches Not Yet Discovered;" "Primitive Episcopacy Stated and Cleared from the Holy Scriptures and Ancient Records;" and "A Discourse Concerning Liturgies." Other works in this volume include"A Discourse of the Saving Grace of God" and the following miscellaneous sermons: "A Funeral Sermon for Dr. John Owen;" What Must Christians Do That the Influence of Ordinances May Abide Upon Them?;" and "The Doctrine of Justification is Dangerously Corrupted in the Roman Church." Indexed, 500 pages.
The Westminster Confession on the Relation Between Church and State (1843)
An Humble Attempt in Defence of Reformation Principles; Particularly on the Head of the Civil Magistrate(1770)
The title continues: "Wherein the gross falsehoods, calumnies, and imposed sense, palmed by Mr. John Goodlet, upon the Testimony emitted by the Reformed Presbytery, are exposed and confuted; and said Testimony vindicated. As also, the seceding scheme of political principles more fully detected;-- and discovered to be inconsistent with the law of nature, light of divine revelation, and covenanted testimony of the Church of Scotland."
Distinctive Principles of the Covenanters (1892)
Wholesome Severity Reconciled With Christian Liberty, or, The True Resolution of a Present Controversy Concerning Liberty of Conscience(1644)
One of our most rare and valuable resources. A masterpiece! Wholesome Severity waswritten during the sitting of the Westminster Assembly and demonstrates why Gillespie is considered one of the most influential Divines of the seventeenth century. Here we have the question stated (regarding liberty of conscience),the middle (or biblical) way between Popish tyranny and Schismatizing liberty approved, and also confirmed from Scripture, with the testimonies of Divines, yea of whole churches added to vindicate Christ's kingship (over the idolatry of the rule of an ill-informed, sinful conscience sitting in judgement upon the truth of the Word of God).The chief arguments of exception used inRoger Williams' The Bloudy Tenet, The Compassionate Samaritane, M.S. to A.S. etc.are examined herein. Gillespie also deals with many of the thorny questions related tothe abiding validity of the Old Testament judicial laws. This is classic Scottish (covenanted) Presbyterianism at its best, a work that can be read over and over with increasing profit! This exceedingly rare essay isnotfound in Gillespie'sWorks or The Presbyterian Armoury.
HEWISON, JAMES KING
The Covenanters: A History of the Church in Scotland from the Reformation to the Revolution (1908, 2 vol.)
Smellie, in his preface to Men of the Covenant, calls this set a "great treatise on the Covenanters -- a treatise which covers the entire field and seems to leave no word unsaid." Hewison states that he desired to produce "[a]n absolutely impartial account of the Covenanters." He also notes that "certain definite conclusions regarding the Covenanters, as a rigid sect in the Christian Church, and as a restless, rebellious political party in the 16th and 17th centuries, have been arrived at by many students; and, as a general rule,a far from favourable estimate of these brave and defensible patriots has been based upon generalizations which will not bear investigation."Moreover, he recognizes the Covenanters for who they were: "one of the most extraordinary orders of devotees which the civilized world ever saw."The work is enhanced by photographic reproductions of portraits, pictures, and Covenants. Considered by some as the definitive work on the Covenanters (over 1100 pages). If you are going to study church history after the Apostles, no other group or time period offers as much edifying material. This set is sure to put a fiery zeal in the soul of all those who love the Lord Jesus Christ.
KERR, JAMES (editor)
The Covenants and the Covenanters: Covenants, Sermons, and Documents of the Covenanted Reformation
The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women
This book, which fits the subject of this CD, is on the first CD in this set (in volume four of Knox'sWorks) — along with various others writings by John Knox which deal with the Reformation view of civil government.
National Repentance and Reformation
Statement of the Difference...Particularly on the Power of Civil Magistrates Respecting Religion, National Reformation, National Churches, and National Covenants(1871)
"The ablest exposition in the English language of the Establishment Principle...Dr. (George) Smeaton describes the Statement as a masterly defense of the principles of establishments as Scripture truth: andthe most complete vindication ever given to the world of the position occupied by the Reformed Church of Scotland, on the whole subject of national religion and the magistrates legitimate power in promoting it... Dr. McCrie in his Statementshows that all the Confessions of the Protestant and Presbyterian Churches of the Reformation, both in Britain and on the Continent of Europe, held and maintained the Establishment Principle. 'These harmoniously agree,' he writes, 'in declaring as with one mouth that civil authority is not limited to the secular affairs of men, and that the public care and advancement of religion is a principle part of the official duty of magistrates.' He goes on to give extracts fromThe Confession of Helvetia; The Confession of Bohemia; The Confession of Saxony; The French Confession; The Belgic or Dutch Confession; The Confession of the English Congregation in Geneva; The Scots Confession and The Westminster Confession of Faith. 'Such is the harmony of doctrine in the Protestant churches on this head,' he remarks, 'expressed in their confessions and public formularies drawn from the Word of God; a harmony which deserves great attention, and from which none should rashly depart'"(as cited inChrist's Kingship Over the Nations by C.J. Brown).
Contains an excellent preface by George Smeaton. Considered one of the definitive works on Church/State relations, defending the historic Reformed position. An extremely rare and very expensive item if located as a rare book.
Messiah, Governor of the Nations of the Earth (1803)
Proclaims Christ's Kingship and mediatorial dominion over all the nations of the earth. Shows how the idea of a so-called religiously "neutral" or pluralistic state is a sinful affront to a holy God (breaking the very first commandment at a nation level). An excellent, easy-to-read and popular introductory volume of 47 pages.
M'MILLAN, JOHN (Jr.)
Defending the Reformed Presbyterian Position on the Civil Magistrate (1781)
A Short Relation of the State of the Kirk of Scotland (1638)
The title continues: "Since the Reformation of Religion, to the present time for information, and advertisement to our Brethren in the Kirk of England, By an hearty Well-wisher to both Kingdoms." Works like this prepared the ground for the union of Scotland and England (with God) in the Solemn League and Covenant. 20 pages.
The Dominion of Our Savior Jesus Christ as Mediator. Shown to Extend to All Things External to His Church (1878)
God's Presence with a People the Spring of Their Prosperity; With their Special Interest in Abiding in Him
This is one of Owen's sermons preached before the Parliament of his day. A Parliament, which in 1649 devoted every Friday "to the purpose of consulting in regard to the spread and maintenance of religion." Owen here makes national and personal application of the blessings and curses concerning their situation of being in covenant with God.
The Goodness and Severity of God in His Dealing with Sinful Churches and Nations
Truth No Enemy to Peace (1799)
The title continues: "Animadversions on the Rev. Mr. Fletcher's Defence of His Scripture-Loyalist. Some general principles stated, and shortly illustrated. The state of the question, between Seceders and Dissenters, on the head of magistracy, ascertained, from their respective writings. The argument divested of such things, as are, evidently, foreign to the subject. Dissenting-principles shown to be consistent with the safety and happiness of human society. And the Bible found to be the standard of our conduct, in every station of life, whether civil, or religious."152 pages.
Act, Declaration, And Testimony, For The Whole Of The Covenanted Reformation, As Attained To, And Established In, Britain and Ireland; Particularly Betwixt The Years 1638 and 1649, Inclusive. As, Also, Against All The Steps Of Defection From Said Reformation, Whether In Former Or Later Times, Since The Overthrow Of That Glorious Work, Down To This Present Day (1876)
Upholds the original work of the Westminster Assembly and testifies to the abiding worth and truth formulated in the Westminster family of documents.It is not likely that you will find a more consistent working out of the principles of Calvinism anywhere. Deals with the most important matters relating to the individual, the family, the church and the state. Sets forth a faithful historical testimony of God’s dealings with men during some of the most important days of church history.A basic text that should be mastered by all Christians. 217 pages.
Auchensaugh Renovation of the National Covenant and Solemn League and Covenant; with the Acknowledgement of Sins and Engagement to Duties as they were Renewed at Auchensaugh in 1712... Also the Renovation of These Public Federal Deeds Ordained at Philadelphia, Oct. 8, 1880, By the Reformed Presbytery, With Accommodation of the Original Covenants, in Both Transactions, to their Times and Positions Respectively (1880 ed.)
"In 1712, at Auchensaugh, the Covenants, National and Solemn League, were renewed... At the renewal the covenant bonds were recognized as binding the descendants of those who first entered into those bonds. The Covenanters, however, sought to display the true intent of those Covenants with marginal notes.These notes explained that the Church of Jesus Christ, in Scotland (and around the world), must not join hands with any political power in rebellion to the crown rights of King Jesus.The Covenanters pledged the Covenanted Reformed Presbyterian Church to the support of lawful magistracy (i.e. magistracy which conformed itself to the precepts of God's Word) and declared themselves and their posterity against support of any power, in Church or State, which lacked biblical authority." (From "About the Covenanted Reformed Presbyterian Church" newsletter). An excellent introduction (historical and moral) regarding the reasons, motives, and manner of fulfilling the duty of covenanting with God. Especially helpful concerning the Biblical view of the blessings (for covenant-keepers) and cursings (for covenant breakers) related to covenanting. As noted on page 37, "the godly usually in times of great defection from the purity and power of religion, and corruption of the ordinances of God's worship, set about renewing their covenant, thereby to prevent covenant curses, and procure covenant blessing; as we find both in scripture record, 2 Chron. 15:12-13; 29:10; 34:30-31; Ezra 10:3, and in our own ecclesiastical history." Times like ours certainly call for a revival of the Scriptural ordinance of covenanting, for "[t]he nations throughout Christendom, continue in league with Antichrist and give their strength to the beast. They still refuse to profess and defend the true religion in doctrine, worship, government and discipline, contrary to the example of the kingdoms of Scotland, England and Ireland in the seventeenth century" (p. 136 in this book).This is one of the most important Covenanter documents and a part of the true Covenanted church's judicial standards.140 pages.
A Short Vindication of our Covenanted Reformation (1879)
Until the church comes to terms with what is written in this book it will remain weak and divided. Covenant breakers will not prosper, as this rare item demonstrates from both Scripture and history.The power packed ordinance of covenanting (exemplified in the National and Solemn League and Covenant in particular), was foundational to the second Reformation and the work of the Westminster Assembly.By the National Covenant our fathers laid Popery prostrate. By the Solemn League and Covenant they were successful in resisting prelatic encroachments and civil tyranny. By it they were enabled to achieve the Second Reformation... They were setting up landmarks by which the location and limits of the city of God will be known at the dawn of the millennial day... How can they be said to go forth by the footsteps of the flock, who have declined from the attainments, renounced the covenants and contradicted the testimony of the cloud of witnesses.... All the schisms (separations) that disfigure the body mystical of Christ... are the legitimate consequences of the abandonment of reformation attainments, the violation of covenant engagements. This title is found in all of the free books files on all the Reformation Bookshelf CDs.
ROBERTS, WILLIAM L.
The Duty of Nations, in their National Capacity, to Acknowledge and Support the True Religion (1853)
The Glory, Majesty, Dominion and Power of Jesus Christ (1643)
A Free Disputation Against Pretended Liberty of Conscience(1649 edition)
Lex, Rex, or the Law and the Prince
Also includes George Buchanan's De Jure Regni apud Scotos(in English).
The Scottish Theory of Ecclesiastical Establishments (1875)
Smeaton notes, "I have often said that in the Scottish theory we have the ultimate truth on the whole subject of the relations between Church and State, the result of the prayerful investigations and earnest contendings of some of the clearest minds and loftiest characters that adorned the Christian Church during the last three centuries." This is one of the best short treatments of this subject to be found anywhere. It provides key definitions and should help to clear up many misunderstandings, from both the antiestablishmentarians and those Anglican and Continental theories of "State Churches" which have falsely saddled this liberating and God-honoring truth with odiousness to some.
Answers to Twelve Queries, Proposed to the Serious Consideration of the Reformed Presbytery, and Their Followers (1744)
Defends the classic Reformed position in regard to the civil magistrate. Examples of subjects dealt with include: a "vindication of the distinction between preceptive and providential Magistrates;" "that Christ, Luke 20:25; did not recognize the power of Caesar as Lawful;" "the Scripture qualifications of Magistrates;" "that the Covenanters, in the persecuting period, considered it as their duty to have rejected the King's authority, when he overturned the work of God;" etc. In short, this book is a vindication and defence of the principles and testimony of the Reformed Presbytery on the head of the civil magistrate -- in opposition to the errors of the Secession Church (which errors are held today by a good number of professing Protestants). 229 pages.
Messiah the Prince or, the Mediatorial Dominion of Jesus Christ(1884)
This is the standard work on the kingdom of God in English! There is nothing else like it; it is one-of-a kind! It covers the necessity, reality, and qualifications of Christ's dominion over not only the church, but all nations too. Anything less is to rob Christ of His magnificent, majestic, mediatorial glory -- for He is the King of kings and Lord of lords.
Headship of Christ Over the Nations (1841)
Vindiciae Magistratus: or, the Divine Institution and Right of the Civil Magistrate Vindicated(1773)
This has been called one of the best books ever written on the biblical view of the civil magistrate — don't miss it!The title continues: "Wherein are properly stated and ascertained, the true nature and extent of the moral power of civil society and magistracy, legislative and executive. The just instituted authority of magistrates. The inviolableness of just human laws and constitutions in general, and particularly those of Scotland. The natural and unalienable rights of individuals in, or with respect to civil society. And the true causes from which a moral relation flows, and upon which a moral obligation is founded, etc. Against the truly factious and immoral doctrine of John Thomson (Burger Associate) minister of the gospel at Donaghclony in Ireland... maintained in his pretended confutation of the principles of the Reformed Presbytery, in a pamphlet entitled The Presbyterian Covenanter displayed in his political Principles, and the Imposter detected. To which is subjoined by way of appendix, A vindication of the constitution of the Reformed Presbytery, and of the character, ministerial mission and authority of the Rev. Mr. John M'Millan Senior, deceased, from the groundless cavils of Mr. W.W. and Seceders. By his son. The whole being humbly offered as an apologetical representation and defence of the principles of the said Presbytery, and of their people, commonly known by the names of Old Dissenters, Cameronians, etc. against the injurious charges and false imputations cast upon them, first by the established church of Scotland, and then by the Secession." 236 pages.
Church and State
The strong old views of the second Reformation. Explains the origin of both church and state while delineating the character of the relationship between these two institutions.
Another Look at Heidegger's Nazism (1994)
Contains interesting observations on the corporate identity of civil bodies (moral person), the place of the intellectual class (responsibility) and how the fear of characterizing events in terms of right and wrong (testimony) creates a moral vacuum which opens the door to tyranny. The idolatrous, humanistic notions of the Nazi's are also shown to be compatible with Heidegger's philosophy (and his actions).
WAGNER, MICHAEL G.
The End of Canada: Divergent Political Cultures and Identities as Centrifugal Forces (1996)
Demonstrates how a lack of cultural and ethical uniformity inevitably leads to division. Looks at the Quebec situation, the Aboriginal political culture and the Reform party. The intolerance of the "tolerationists" -- that is, their intolerance of fundamentalist groups (other than themselves) -- is also touched on.
WAGNER, MICHAEL G.
Paleopresbyterianism Versus Neopresbyterianism (1996)
This resource is contained in the free books file on all the Reformation Bookshelf CDs.
WAGNER, MICHAEL G.
A Presbyterian Political Manifesto: Presbyterianism and Civil Government(1995)
This resource is contained in the free books file on all the Reformation Bookshelf CDs.
What Repentance of National Sins Doth God Require, As Ever We Expect National Mercies? (1690, reprinted 1844)
WILLSON, JAMES M.
Civil Government: An Exposition of Romans 13:1-7 (1853)
This is a fine piece of exegetical work, well nigh irrefutable, arguing that God has given clear revelation regarding the lawfulness and unlawfulness of any given civil magistrate.
WILLSON, JAMES R.
Prince Messiah's Claims to Dominion Over All Governments: and the Disregard of His Authority by the United States in the Federal Constitution(1832)
WILLSON, JAMES R.
The Sabbath: A Discourse on the Duty of Civil Government in Relation to the Sanctification of the Lord's Day (1829)
Also freeon this CD are the following audio (MP3) tracks:
William Cunningham, George Gillespie, et al.-Church and State: The Biblical View (1)
William Cunningham, George Gillespie, et al.-Church and State: The Biblical View (2)
William Cunningham, George Gillespie, et al.-Church and State: The Biblical View (3)
William Cunningham, George Gillespie, et al.-Church and State: The Biblical View (4)
William Cunningham, George Gillespie, et al.-Church and State: The Biblical View (5)
William Cunningham, George Gillespie, et al.-Church and State: The Biblical View (6)
William Cunningham, George Gillespie, et al.-Church and State: The Biblical View (7)
William Cunningham, George Gillespie, et al.-Church and State: The Biblical View (8)
John Howie - "James Stewart and John Knox: Scotland's 'Two Sons of Oil'"from Biographia Scoticana (Scots Worthies), as read by Larry Birger.
John Knox - Reformation, Revolution and Romanism
George Gillespie - Reformation's Refining Fire; or, Iconoclastic Zeal Necessary to World Reformation (from Gillespie's Works, 1645)
Greg Barrow - DEBATE: How the Solemn League & Covenant Binds the USA, Canada, Australia, etc., Today (1/3)(Chapter three in from the bookThe Covenanted Reformation Defended).
Greg Barrow - DEBATE: How the Solemn League & Covenant Binds the USA, Canada, Australia, etc., Today (2/3)(Chapter three in from the bookThe Covenanted Reformation Defended).
Greg Barrow - DEBATE: How the Solemn League & Covenant Binds the USA, Canada, Australia, etc., Today (3/3)(Chapter three in from the bookThe Covenanted Reformation Defended).
John Howie - Biographia Scoticana: or, A Brief Historical Account of the Lives, Characters, and Memorable Transactions of the Most Eminent Scots Worthies (8/21) (Second edition, corrected and enlarged, 1781)