The History Of The Kirk Of Scotland; Volume 6 (Hardcover)
In this classic work of Scottish history, David Calderwood provides a detailed account of the founding and development of the Church of Scotland, from its origins in the Reformation to its role in the political and cultural life of the nation. Drawing on extensive archival research and firsthand knowledge of the Church, Calderwood offers a vivid and engaging portrait of the people and events that shaped this important institution. This edition of the book includes updated footnotes and annotations to aid readers in their understanding of the text.
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