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This article focuses on the nineteenth-century Protestant missionary ideal of an indigenous church, particularly in its articulation by missionaries of the Free Church of Scotland, and how three Bengali Christians connected to the Free Church endeavoured to reform the ecclesial ideal for North...
This article assesses the First World War’s impact on Scottish Presbyterianism from a transnational perspective. Recent research on Presbyterianism in Scotland has highlighted that the horrors of the war provoked a rise in premillennial thinking and dented support for strict Calvinism. This...
This article focuses on two residential institutions in Edinburgh – Home House and Cunningham House – established in the first half of the twentieth century by various branches of Scottish Presbyterianism, to cater for the children of their missionaries operating overseas. These homes served to...
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