The Lord’s Wrath Against Scotland, Manifested In His Sad Late Dispensations (1653, 1844 Edition) By Posted By: Still Waters The Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "Causes of the Lord’s Wrath Against Scotland, Manifested in His Sad Late Dispensations" (1653, 1844 edition) By James Guthrie "In 1653 his (i.e. James Guthrie’s–RB) Causes of the Lord’s Wrath against Scotland spurned any suggestion of compromises and hailed as pre-eminent ‘the duty of preserving and defending the true religion’… the book was condemned and burnt with Samuel Rutherford’s Lex Rex" (Douglas in Cameron, ed., "Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology," p. 381). Johnston also notes that "this was the pamphlet which furnished the main pretext for James Guthrie’s condemnation and execution" ("Treasury of the Scottish Covenant," p. 322). David Scott, in his Introductory Essay to "Testimony-bearing Exemplified" expands on these comments when he writes, "The ‘Causes of the Lord’s Wrath’ is an official paper, ‘agreed upon by the commission of the General Assembly, 1650.’ It was written by one of the most distinguished men of that period — the Rev. James Guthrie, who eleven years afterwards suffered martyrdom because of his steadfast adherence to a covenanted reformation. It is a remarkable fact, worthy of being particularly noticed, that when Mr.





James Guthrie Samuel Rutherford: Divine Right Of Church Government Posted By: SWRB Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "The Divine Right of Church Government and Excommunication" by Samuel Rutherford "The Divine Right of Church Government and Excommunication: A Peaceable Dispute for the Perfection of the Holy Scripture in Point of Ceremonies and Church Government in which the Removal of the Service Book is Justified. The Six Books of Erastus Against Excommunication are Examined; with a Vindication of the Eminent Divine Theodore Beza Against the Aspersions of Erastus, The Arguments of Mr. William Pryn, Richard Hooker, Dr. Morton… and the Doctors of Aberdeen; Touching Will-Worship, Ceremonies, Imagery, Idolatry, Things Indifferent, An Ambulatory Government; The Due and Just Power of the Magistrate in Matters of Religion, and the Arguments of Mr. Pryn, in so Far as they Side with Erastus, are Moderately Discussed." (Facsimile, 1646, also contains: "Scandal and Christian Libertie") "The Divine Right of Church Government and Excommunication," by Samuel Rutherford, is over 750 pages in length. Walker writes that it "contains the amplest exposition and vindication of our old ecclesiastical principles.





Westminster Assembly Samuel Rutherford: Lex, Rex, Or The Law And The Prince Posted By: SWRB Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "Lex, Rex, or the Law and the Prince" by Samuel Rutherford Without a doubt "Lex, Rex, or the Law and the Prince," by Samuel Rutherford, is one of the greatest books on political philosophy ever written. Samuel Rutherford’s teaching, taken from Scripture, decimated the "divine right of kings" doctrine and set up Scripture as the standard by which to judge the actions, beliefs and constitutions of civil government. Picking up where Brutus, in "A Defense of Liberty Against Tyrants," left off, Rutherford here has penned a great Christian charter of liberty against all forms of civil tyranny — vindicating the Scriptural duty to resist tyrants as an act of loyalty to God. Subtitled: "A dispute for the just prerogative of King and people: containing the reason and causes of the most necessary defensive wars of the kingdom of Scotland, and their expedition for the aid and help of their dear brethren of England; in which their innocency is asserted, and a full answer is given to a seditious pamphlet, entitled, … The Sacred and Royal Prerogative of Christian Kings…





covenanted Samuel Rutherford: A Survey Of The Spiritual Antichrist Posted By: SWRB Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "A Survey of the Spiritual Antichrist Opening the Secrets of Familisme and Antinomianism in the Antichristian Doctrine of John Saltmarth, and William Del" by Samuel Rutherford A Survey of the Spiritual Antichrist Opening the Secrets of Familisme and Antinomianism in the Antichristian Doctrine of John Saltmarth, and William Del, the present Preachers of the Army (headed by Oliver Cromwell–RB) now in England, and of Robert Town, Tobiah Crisp, H. Denne, Eaton and others. In which is revealed the rise and spring of Antinomianism, Familists, Libertines, Swench-feldians, Enthysiasts, etc. The minde of Luther a most professed opposer of Antinomianism, is cleared, and diverse considerable points of the Law and the Gospel, of the Spirit and the Letter, of the two Covenants, of the nature of free grace, exercise under temptations, mortification, justification, sanctification, are discovered. In Two parts (1648) Also contains Rutherford’s "A brotherly and free Epistle to the patrons and friends of pretended Liberty of Conscience." Putting this work into its context, James Clark, in "The Life and Works of Samuel Rutherford" (in the chapter titled "Antinomianism") writes, "This is another main controversy into which Samuel Rutherford entered.





Familists Samuel Rutherford: Disputation Against Pretended Liberty Posted By: SWRB Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "A Free Disputation Against Pretended Liberty of Conscience" (1649 edition) by Samuel Rutherford Samuel Rutherford’s "Free Disputation," though scarce (with maybe only a few copies of the actual book left in existence), is still one of his most important works. Though Rutherford is affectionately remembered in our day for his Letters, or for laying the foundations of constitutional government (against the divine right of kings) in his unsurpassed "Lex Rex," his "Free Disputation" should not be overlooked — for it contains the same searing insights as "Lex, Rex." In fact, this book should probably be known as Rutherford’s "politically incorrect" companion volume to "Lex, Rex." A sort of sequel aimed at driving pluralists and antinomians insane. Written against "the Belgick Arminians, Socinians, and other Authors contending for lawlesse liberty, or licentious Tolerations of Sects and Heresies," Rutherford explains the undiluted Biblical solution to moral relativism, especially as it is expressed in ecclesiastical and civil pluralism! (Corporate pluralism being a violation of the first commandment and an affront to the holy God of Scripture).





Francis Schaeffer The Divine Right Of Church Government And Excommunication Posted By: Still Waters Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;The Divine Right of Church Government and Excommunication AND quot; by Samuel Rutherford AND quot;The Divine Right of Church Government and Excommunication: A Peaceable Dispute for the Perfection of the Holy Scripture in Point of Ceremonies and Church Government in which the Removal of the Service Book is Justified. The Six Books of Erastus Against Excommunication are Examined; with a Vindication of the Eminent Divine Theodore Beza Against the Aspersions of Erastus, The Arguments of Mr. William Pryn, Richard Hooker, Dr. Morton… and the Doctors of Aberdeen; Touching Will-Worship, Ceremonies, Imagery, Idolatry, Things Indifferent, An Ambulatory Government; The Due and Just Power of the Magistrate in Matters of Religion, and the Arguments of Mr. Pryn, in so Far as they Side with Erastus, are Moderately Discussed. AND quot; (Facsimile, 1646, also contains: AND quot;Scandal and Christian Libertie AND quot;) AND quot;The Divine Right of Church Government and Excommunication, AND quot; by Samuel Rutherford, is over 750 pages in length. Walker writes that it AND quot;contains the amplest exposition and vindication of our old ecclesiastical principles. AND quot; Rutherford here gives a classic defense of Presbyterianism, touching on both church government and AND quot;





Samuel Rutherford Lex, Rex, Or The Law And The Prince By Samuel Rutherford Posted By: Still Waters Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;Lex, Rex, or the Law and the Prince AND quot; by Samuel Rutherford Without a doubt AND quot;Lex, Rex, or the Law and the Prince, AND quot; by Samuel Rutherford, is one of the greatest books on political philosophy ever written. Samuel Rutherford’s teaching, taken from Scripture, decimated the AND quot;divine right of kings AND quot; doctrine and set up Scripture as the standard by which to judge the actions, beliefs and constitutions of civil government. Picking up where Brutus, in AND quot;A Defense of Liberty Against Tyrants, AND quot; left off, Rutherford here has penned a great Christian charter of liberty against all forms of civil tyranny — vindicating the Scriptural duty to resist tyrants as an act of loyalty to God. Subtitled: AND quot;A dispute for the just prerogative of King and people: containing the reason and causes of the most necessary defensive wars of the kingdom of Scotland, and their expedition for the aid and help of their dear brethren of England; in which their innocency is asserted, and a full answer is given to a seditious pamphlet, entitled, … The Sacred and Royal Prerogative of Christian Kings… AND quot;





Samuel Rutherford A Free Disputation Against Pretended Liberty Of Conscience Posted By: Still Waters Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;A Free Disputation Against Pretended Liberty of Conscience AND quot; (1649 edition) by Samuel Rutherford Samuel Rutherford’s AND quot;Free Disputation, AND quot; though scarce (with maybe only a few copies of the actual book left in existence), is still one of his most important works. Though Rutherford is affectionately remembered in our day for his Letters, or for laying the foundations of constitutional government (against the divine right of kings) in his unsurpassed AND quot;Lex Rex, AND quot; his AND quot;Free Disputation AND quot; should not be overlooked — for it contains the same searing insights as AND quot;Lex, Rex. AND quot; In fact, this book should probably be known as Rutherford’s AND quot;politically incorrect AND quot; companion volume to AND quot;Lex, Rex. AND quot; A sort of sequel aimed at driving pluralists and antinomians insane. Written against AND quot;the Belgick Arminians, Socinians, and other Authors contending for lawlesse liberty, or licentious Tolerations of Sects and Heresies, AND quot; Rutherford explains the undiluted Biblical solution to moral relativism, especially as it is expressed in ecclesiastical and civil pluralism! (Corporate pluralism being a violation of the first commandment and an affront to the holy God of Scripture).





Samuel Rutherford A Survey Of The Spiritual Antichrist By Samuel Rutherford Posted By: Still Waters Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;A Survey of the Spiritual Antichrist Opening the Secrets of Familisme and Antinomianism in the Antichristian Doctrine of John Saltmarth, and William Del AND quot; by Samuel Rutherford A Survey of the Spiritual Antichrist Opening the Secrets of Familisme and Antinomianism in the Antichristian Doctrine of John Saltmarth, and William Del, the present Preachers of the Army (headed by Oliver Cromwell–RB) now in England, and of Robert Town, Tobiah Crisp, H. Denne, Eaton and others. In which is revealed the rise and spring of Antinomianism, Familists, Libertines, Swench-feldians, Enthysiasts, etc. The minde of Luther a most professed opposer of Antinomianism, is cleared, and diverse considerable points of the Law and the Gospel, of the Spirit and the Letter, of the two Covenants, of the nature of free grace, exercise under temptations, mortification, justification, sanctification, are discovered. In Two parts (1648) Also contains Rutherford’s AND quot;A brotherly and free Epistle to the patrons and friends of pretended Liberty of Conscience. AND quot; Putting this work into its context, James Clark, in AND quot;The Life and Works of Samuel Rutherford AND quot; (in the chapter titled AND quot;Antinomianism AND quot;) writes, AND quot;





Samuel Rutherford Robert Mcward’s Earnest Contendings For The Faith (1723) Posted By: SWRB This is the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;Earnest Contendings for the Faith AND quot; (1723) by Robert McWard McWard AND quot;strongly opposed the Resolutions AND quot; and AND quot;for a sermon preached at Glasgow from Amos 3:2, in February, 1661, he was banished to Holland… He collected and arranged the papers of his preceptor, Samuel Rutherford, and gave to the world his ‘Letters’ AND quot; (Johnston, AND quot;Treasury of the Scottish Covenant, AND quot; p. 342). AND quot;The Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology AND quot; (p. 537-38) also notes that McWard AND quot;studied at St. Andrews where he was a favorite of Samuel Rutherford AND quot; and that AND quot;when Rutherford went to London as a Commissioner to the Westminster Assembly, McWard accompanied him as an amanuensis… was a zealous Protester… in 1661 he preached against an overturning of the Covenanted Reformation by Parliament, entering a protest in heaven that he desired to be free from the guilt thereof. He was imprisoned ‘for sedition and treasonable preaching… he helped with the editing and publication of Rutherford’s AND quot;Examen Arminianismi AND quot; (Utrecht, 1668)… wrote several tracts to encourage resistance to those whom he believed were usurpers of power in the Church of Scotland.





Presbyterian The Works Of Mr. William Guthrie (1771) Posted By: Still Waters Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;The Works of Mr. William Guthrie AND quot; (1771) Two accounts of William Guthrie’s life (by Dunlop and Wodrow) and Trail’s AND quot;Recommendatory preface AND quot; open this volume. Part one of AND quot;The Works of Mr. William Guthrie AND quot; includes The Christian’s Great Interest: In Two Parts, 1. The Trial of a Saving Interest in Christ. 2. The Way how to attain it. Part two of AND quot;The Works of Mr. William Guthrie AND quot; binds in AND quot;Five Sermons on particular occasions. AND quot; In part three of AND quot;The Works of Mr. William Guthrie AND quot; we find AND quot;A Treatise on Ruling Elders and Deacons; in which these things which belong to the understanding of their office are clearly set down. AND quot; Part three was not written by William Guthrie, but by his cousin, James Guthrie (Christ’s faithful martyr AND quot;who championed the cause of the Protesters and strongly upheld the principles of the Covenant, AND quot; AND quot;Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology, AND quot; p. 382). William Guthrie AND quot;served as moderator of the Protester Synod of Glasgow and Ayr in 1654 AND quot; ( AND quot;DSCHT, AND quot; p. 382).





William Guthrie Earnest Contendings For The Faith (1723) By Robert Mcward Posted By: Still Waters Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;Earnest Contendings for the Faith AND quot; (1723) by Robert McWard McWard AND quot;strongly opposed the Resolutions AND quot; and AND quot;for a sermon preached at Glasgow from Amos 3:2, in February, 1661, he was banished to Holland… He collected and arranged the papers of his preceptor, Samuel Rutherford, and gave to the world his ‘Letters’ AND quot; (Johnston, AND quot;Treasury of the Scottish Covenant, AND quot; p. 342). AND quot;The Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology AND quot; (p. 537-38) also notes that McWard AND quot;studied at St. Andrews where he was a favorite of Samuel Rutherford AND quot; and that AND quot;when Rutherford went to London as a Commissioner to the Westminster Assembly, McWard accompanied him as an amanuensis… was a zealous Protester… in 1661 he preached against an overturning of the Covenanted Reformation by Parliament, entering a protest in heaven that he desired to be free from the guilt thereof. He was imprisoned ‘for sedition and treasonable preaching… he helped with the editing and publication of Rutherford’s AND quot;Examen Arminianismi AND quot; (Utrecht, 1668)… wrote several tracts to encourage resistance to those whom he believed were usurpers of power in the Church of Scotland.





Earnest Contendings Samuel Rutherford’s Peaceable Plea For Paul’s Presbytery Posted By: SWRB Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;A Peaceable and Temperate Plea for Paul’s Presbytery in Scotland AND quot; by Samuel Rutherford AND quot;A Peaceable and Temperate Plea for Paul’s Presbytery in Scotland; Or, A modest and Brotherly Dispute of the government of the Church of Scotland, Wherein, Our Discipline is demonstrated to be the true Apostolic way of divine Truth, and the Arguments on the contrary are friendly dissolved, the grounds of Separation and the Independents of particular Congregations, in defence of Ecclesiastical Presbyteries, Synods and Assemblies, are Examined and tried AND quot; (1642) AND quot;’This,’ says Murray, ‘is one of the most temperate, judicious, and best written works he (Rutherford -RB) ever gave the world. It corresponds in every respect with the promise which its title holds out; with this exception, that it is much more learned, dispassionate, and conclusive than the promise implies. It must have had a very considerable effect on public sentiment, and have served to pave the way for that introduction of the Presbyterian system into England which soon took place’ AND quot; (cited in AND quot;Samuel Rutherford’s Letters, AND quot; page 612, footnote 1).





Presbyterian A Peaceable And Temperate Plea For Paul’s Presbytery In Scotland Posted By: Still Waters .www.puritandownloads.com/swrb/products/A-Peaceable-and-Temperate-Plea-for-Paul%27s-Presbytery-in-Scotland-by-Samuel-Rutherford.html Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for AND quot;A Peaceable and Temperate Plea for Paul’s Presbytery in Scotland AND quot; by Samuel Rutherford AND quot;A Peaceable and Temperate Plea for Paul’s Presbytery in Scotland; Or, A modest and Brotherly Dispute of the government of the Church of Scotland, Wherein, Our Discipline is demonstrated to be the true Apostolic way of divine Truth, and the Arguments on the contrary are friendly dissolved, the grounds of Separation and the Independents of particular Congregations, in defence of Ecclesiastical Presbyteries, Synods and Assemblies, are Examined and tried AND quot; (1642) AND quot;’This,’ says Murray, ‘is one of the most temperate, judicious, and best written works he (Rutherford -RB) ever gave the world. It corresponds in every respect with the promise which its title holds out; with this exception, that it is much more learned, dispassionate, and conclusive than the promise implies. It must have had a very considerable effect on public sentiment, and have served to pave the way for that introduction of the Presbyterian system into England which soon took place’ AND quot; (cited in AND quot;Samuel Rutherford’s Letters, AND quot; page 612, footnote 1).





Samuel Rutherford Ladies Of The Covenant: Distinguished Scottish Female Characters Posted By: Still Waters .www.puritandownloads.com/swrb/products/Ladies-of-the-Covenant-%281851%29-Memoirs-of-distinguished-Scottish-female-characters-%28some-who-were-martyred%29_-embracing-the-period-of-the-covenant-and-the-persecution-by-James-Anderson.html Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "Ladies of the Covenant (1851) Memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters (some who were martyred), embracing the period of the covenant and the persecution" by James Anderson Anderson’s "Ladies of the Covenant" contains memoirs of distinguished Scottish female characters (some who were martyred), embracing the period of the covenant and the persecution of the Covenanters. The introduction notes the importance of the lives of these courageous women, when it states: "They have especially by the magnanimity with which they suffered in the cause of truth, emphatically taught us the important principle that we are in all things and at all times to do what is right; and as to the disapprobation, opposition, and persecution of men, in whatever way manifested, or to whatever extent, we are to let that take its chance, a principle, the importance of which it is difficult to over-estimate; which lies at the foundation of all that is great and good in character;





James Anderson Rutherford’s Protest Against The Assembly Of The Resolutioners Posted By: SWRB Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "A Protest Against the Unlawful, Unfree and Unjust Assembly of the Resolutioners" (1652) by Samuel Rutherford "A Protest Against the Unlawful, Unfree and Unjust Assembly of the Resolutioners" (1652) by Samuel Rutherford, James Guthrie, William Guthrie, Robert Traill, James Nisbet, and numerous other Protestor Covenanters. Hewison writes of this paper, "the Protesters compeared (at the pretended assembly of the Resolutioners -RB) to lodge a protestation subscribed by 63 ministers and 80 laymen, who declared the Assembly to be ‘unlawful, unfrie, and unjust.’ The Assembly threatened them with discipline" ("The Covenanters," vol. 2, p. 43). Samuel Rutherford and the other Protesters held their ground and refused to have ecclesiastical fellowship with the backsliding, covenant-breaking Resolutioners — a lesson on faithful biblical separation that has long since been forgotten, which makes this book of great importance in our day. This faithful Covenanter Protest gives us a little slice of the Protesters views during this most important period of controversy in the Church of Scotland, for as Anderson notes, "(f)uture events showed the impolicy of these Resolutions.





Resolutioners A Protest Against The Unlawful Assembly Of The Resolutioners Posted By: Still Waters .www.puritandownloads.com/swrb/products/A-Protest-Against-the-Unlawful_-Unfree-and-Unjust-Assembly-of-the-Resolutioners-%281652%29-by-Samuel-Rutherford.html Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "A Protest Against the Unlawful, Unfree and Unjust Assembly of the Resolutioners" (1652) by Samuel Rutherford "A Protest Against the Unlawful, Unfree and Unjust Assembly of the Resolutioners" (1652) by Samuel Rutherford, James Guthrie, William Guthrie, Robert Traill, James Nisbet, and numerous other Protestor Covenanters. Hewison writes of this paper, "the Protesters compeared (at the pretended assembly of the Resolutioners -RB) to lodge a protestation subscribed by 63 ministers and 80 laymen, who declared the Assembly to be ‘unlawful, unfrie, and unjust.’ The Assembly threatened them with discipline" ("The Covenanters," vol. 2, p. 43). Samuel Rutherford and the other Protesters held their ground and refused to have ecclesiastical fellowship with the backsliding, covenant-breaking Resolutioners — a lesson on faithful biblical separation that has long since been forgotten, which makes this book of great importance in our day. This faithful Covenanter Protest gives us a little slice of the Protesters views during this most important period of controversy in the Church of Scotland, for as Anderson notes, "(f)uture events showed the impolicy of these Resolutions.





Samuel Rutherford J. C. Mcfeeters’ Sketches Of The Covenanters (1913) Posted By: SWRB Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "Sketches of the Covenanters" (1913) by J. C. McFeeters Stirring accounts of sacrifice and martyrdom for the Reformed Faith that will bring tears to eyes of all but the most backslidden. Follows the chain of events which gave Scotland two Reformations and a Revolution. John Knox, the National Covenant, The Solemn League and Covenant, the Westminster Assembly, the Field Meetings (conventicles) and the "Killing Times," and much more are all covered. The history of many great battles for Christ and His royal rights are accurately recounted in this moving chronicle of Reformation struggles and martyrdom. These accounts of men, women and children who were willing to die for the truth of Christ’s Kingship over all things are as amazing and edifying as any you will ever read! This book also sheds much light upon the warfare of Christ’s bride (with the dragon) for true Scriptural liberty, while telling the moving story of some of the most prominent and/or faithful Christians (Samuel Rutherford, James Renwick, Richard Cameron, Donald Cargill, "the Society People," et al.) since the days of the Apostles.





Samuel Rutherford Christopher Love’s Clear Vindication Of Principles & Practices Posted By: SWRB Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "A Clear Vindication of the Principles and Practices of Christopher Love, Since His Trial Before, and Condemnation By, the High Court of Justice." (1808 edition) by Christopher Love Christopher Love, a staunch Covenanted Presbyterian, was executed by the English army during Oliver Cromwell’s usurpation — or as John Gerstner writes, "he was martyred for the zeal of the Cromwellian Independents." Gerstner continues, "at the end of the 20th century, the Protestant church has fewer Christopher Loves and needs them more. Though he died at 33 years of age, his wisdom is for the ages, especially the impending ‘Third Christian Millennium’… Christopher Love made all the actors on the religious scene of his day more or less his enemies because he told the truth across the board. As I said above, we can use a few more Loves for the 21st century… Love was a jure divino (divine right) Presbyterian… With Samuel Rutherford in Scotland, Gisbert Voetius in Holland, and Christopher Love in England, this was the gold age for church order, not for top-down (Episcopacy) or bottom-up (Independency) but top-down and bottom-up (Presbyterianism).





Episcopacy Sketches Of The Covenanters (1913) By J. C. Mcfeeters Posted By: Still Waters .www.puritandownloads.com/swrb/products/Sketches-of-the-Covenanters-%281913%29-by-J.-C.-McFeeters.html Welcome to the Still Waters Revival Books video book summary for "Sketches of the Covenanters" (1913) by J. C. McFeeters Stirring accounts of sacrifice and martyrdom for the Reformed Faith that will bring tears to eyes of all but the most backslidden. Follows the chain of events which gave Scotland two Reformations and a Revolution. John Knox, the National Covenant, The Solemn League and Covenant, the Westminster Assembly, the Field Meetings (conventicles) and the "Killing Times," and much more are all covered. The history of many great battles for Christ and His royal rights are accurately recounted in this moving chronicle of Reformation struggles and martyrdom. These accounts of men, women and children who were willing to die for the truth of Christ’s Kingship over all things are as amazing and edifying as any you will ever read! This book also sheds much light upon the warfare of Christ’s bride (with the dragon) for true Scriptural liberty, while telling the moving story of some of the most prominent and/or faithful Christians (Samuel Rutherford, James Renwick, Richard Cameron, Donald Cargill, "the Society People," et al.) since the days of the Apostles.





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