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Methodism arrived in Shetland in the 1820s, growing until 1866 and remaining relatively strong. It suffered from the handicaps of geography, the weather, poverty and the dictates of the fishing industry. Lay leadership was hard to find, ministers were overburdened, other denominations provided...
The article takes its start from Prof. G. Barrow's 1988–9 ‘Badenoch and Strathspey, 1130–1312. 2: The Church’, and looks again at the evidence for pre-parochial dedications to saints in the light of recent archaeology and historiography. Strong ecclesiastical affinity with an Irish or Gaelic...
Glasgow was the Scottish city in which the Open Brethren movement grew most profusely. During the First World War, significant sections of the leadership of their assemblies supported the British war effort. One individual who stood apart from this was the evangelist and homeopath, Hunter...
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