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Excerpt from The Preachers of Scotland: From the Sixth to the Nineteenth Century
Decay of Culdee Church - Extinction in twelfth century - No notable preaching till Reformation - Sir David Lindsay's taunts: Breakdown in pulpit of Archbishops of Glasgow and St. Andrews - And of Bishop of Moray saying grace at Rome - Only friars preached - Friar Arth at Dundee Friar Seton's escapade - A friar's preaching at Perth, and its tragic results - Archbishop Hamilton's Catechism, an attempt to supply place of sermons - Public speaking not cultivated in Scotland The earliest Scotch orator Notices of speeches in Scotch Annals - The Scotch dialect as a medium of preaching - No Scotch Bible - Knox accused of being too Anglified - Rollock preached in Scotch - Moral condition of the country - Unprecedented corruption of all classes, especially bishops and clergy - Impurity, profanity, strife, and violence - Reputation of Scotland for sorcery - Much of this cropped up after the Reformation - Success of Gospel preaching - Patrick Hamilton, first reformed preacher - His history, character, doctrines, preaching, success, arrestment, trial, martyrdom - Appearance of George Wishart fifteen years after - His beautiful character - Notices of his preaching - Evangelia.
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isbn: 1331648173, 978-1331648178,
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