John McCallum, Ph.D. (2008), University of St Andrews, is Lecturer in History at Nottingham Trent University. He has published various pieces on early modern Scottish religious and social history, including Reforming the Scottish Parish (Ashgate, 2010).
Scholars interested in the Scottish Reformation, and religion in early modern Britain. Academic researchers plus postgraduates and advanced undergraduates. Academic libraries with teaching/research provision in early modern history.
“The standard of scholarship in Scotland’s Long Reformation
is very high. The materials included are new and fresh. It will make a valuable addition to both theological and historical library collections.”
Kenneth J. Stewart, Covenant College, USA. In: Scottish Bulletin of Evangelical Theology
, Vol. 35, No. 1 (Spring 2017), pp. 126-128.
“The volume is completely enjoyable and thoroughly informative. It can be enthusiastically recommended to those interested in the way the Reformation worked itself out in the Scottish lands.”
Jim West, Ming Hua Theological College / Charles Sturt University. In: Zwinglius Redivivus
(26 September 2016).
Table of contents
List of Tables and Figures
Notes on Contributors
List of Abbreviations
1. Property and Piety: Donations to Holy Trinity Church, St Andrews
2. Burgh Government and Reformation: Stirling c. 1530-1565
3. ‘Fatheris and provisioners of the puir’: Kirk Sessions and Poor Relief in post-Reformation Scotland
4. ‘A Sweet Love-Token betwixt Christ and his Church’: Kirk, Communion and the Search for Further Reformation, 1646-1658
Chris R. Langley
5. ‘Out of their reasonless Rationalls’: Liturgical interpretation in the Scottish Reformations
Stephen Mark Holmes
6. The Philosophy of the ‘Aberdeen Doctors’, c. 1619-c.1641
Steven J. Reid
7. Declining His Majesty’s Authority: Treason Revisited in the Case of John Ogilvie
8. Divided by a Common Faith? Protestantism and Union in Post-Reformation Britain
Roger A. Mason