Keyword: United Free Church of Scotland


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Frazer of Tain (The Rev Alexander Frazer)

By: Carson, John Talbot

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Glasgow, United Committee of Christian Organisations, SEC Office, 1966

. 133 pages. Life of an evangelical minister in the United Free Church of Scotland and the Church of Scotland. Spine a bit worn. View more info

Manual for Visitation of the Sick

By: Church Worship Association

Price: £2.75

Publisher: Edinburgh, Macniven and Wallace, 1912

. 200 pages, prepared by the Church Worship Association in connection with the United Free Church of Scotland. View more info

A Journey Together

By: Rankin, Drew

Price: £1.75

Publisher: Glasgow, United Free Church of Scotland, 1993

. 108 pages. Autobiography of a marriage. View more info

Reminiscences of the United Free Church General Assembly (1900-1929)

By: Reith, George Murray

Price: £8.75

Publisher: Edinburgh, The Moray Press, 1933

Edition: First Edition

. 360 pages, edges somewhat grubby/foxed, exterior a bit worn. George Murray Reith (1863-1948) was a first cousin of John Reith, the first leader of the BBC. Withdrawn from Glasgow University Library. View more info

The Life of Principal Rainy (set of two volumes)

By: Simpson, Patrick Carnegie

Price: £8.75

Publisher: London, Hodder & Stoughton, 1909

Edition: First Edition?

. 469 + 535 pages, cloth spine of Volume 2 torn but complete. Robert Rainy (1826-1906) was a leading figure in the controversies which enveloped the Free Church of Scotland in the late 19th century and early 20th century. This copy is in large print. View more info

Commentary on John

By: Whitelaw, Thomas

Price: £5.75

Publisher: Grand Rapids, Kregel Publications, 1993

. lxii + 464 pages. Reprint of a commentary originally published in Scotland in the late 19th century. Thomas Whitelaw (1840-1917) was a United Presbyterian and later United Free Church minister, serving charges in Durham, Glasgow, and Kilmarnock. The Dictionary of Scottish Church History and Theology says that despite being widely read in German and other theology, he had a conservative view of Scripture but denied Divine impassibility. View more info