History of the Church in Scotland gives a comprehensive account of the ecclesiastical and religious movements in Scotland from the original planting of Christianity to the close of the nineteenth century. Avoiding as far as possible details of civil history, attention has been given to Acts of Parliament and contrivances of statesmen only in so far as these have affected the interest of the Church in regard to its government and constitution. Macpherson deals faithfully and generously with the memories of the great men who in all the various divisions of the Church of Scotland have contributed to the theological literature and to the religious life of the country.
For the entire set, see John Macpherson Collection (6 vols.).
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