Scotland's Forgotten History Podcast

By Matthew Vogan Reformation Scotland

Journey with Reformation Scotland’s Matthew Vogan to discover the people and places that form the history and legacy of the Christian reformation, revival and persecution during Scotland’s Forgotten History.

  1. 1.
    “So great an engagement, than which nothing is higher”: The International Covenant in England – SFH099
    9:22
  2. 2.
    “Smoking Desires for Union” – The International Covenant at St Giles – SFH098
    5:39
  3. 3.
    “A Man of Many Meditations” – John Carstairs – SFH097
    9:23
  4. 4.
    Escaping from Prison – Canongate Tolbooth – SFH096
    6:20
  5. 5.
    “Such a wife, such a friend, such a counsellor” – Janet Carstairs – SFH095
    9:01
  6. 6.
    “O what a glory appears here!” – John Carstairs’ Revival Experiences – SFH094
    5:36
  7. 7.
    “A friend to Reformation” – Archibald Campbell – SFH093
    6:39
  8. 8.
    An Ingenious Alibi – Bowbeat Hill, Moorfoots – SFH092
    5:59
  1. 9.
    “Much melting of heart” a Covenanting Communion service – Ormiston Old Kirk – SFH091
    7:48
  2. 10.
    “To sink or swim together” – Henderson and British Church Unity – SFH090
    7:09
  3. 11.
    Scotland’s Forgotten International Covenant – SFH089
    8:24
  4. 12.
    Alexander Reid’s “Very Remarkable” Experiences – Kirkliston Church – SFH088
    9:32
  5. 13.
    How Peden’s Ministry Began (But Almost Did Not) – Biggar Kirk – SFH087
    7:12
  6. 14.
    A Strange Transformation, James Harkness and the Captain – Biggar – SFH086
    7:07
  7. 15.
    “Hanged Without Trial” – Peter Gillies, Skirling – SFH085
    6:11
  8. 16.
    A Haven from Persecution – Greenhill House, Biggar – SFH084
    6:56
  9. 17.
    Controversial, learned and zealous – John Flint of Lasswade – SFH083
    7:00
  10. 18.
    “Bringing these persecuted preachings to Lothian” – James Currie and the Moorfoot Conventicles- SFH082
    7:15
  11. 19.
    The Man Behind the Memorial – James Currie of Pentland – SFH081
    5:23
  12. 20.
    “If I should die among the snow” – a Winter Conventicle, Closeburn – SFH080
    6:04
  13. 21.
    “Send me where you please” – David Dickson, Turriff – SFH079
    10:05
  14. 22.
    An Echo from 1592, a Year of Liberty for the Church – SFH078
    5:37
  15. 23.
    Gabriel Semple’s Prison Prayer – Canongate Tolbooth – SFH077
    8:27
  16. 24.
    Conscience, Obedience and an Unwanted Government – Dalkeith Palace – SFH076
    7:19
  17. 25.
    Shot Dead at an “Illegal” Service – James Davie of Bathgate – SFH075
    6:05
  18. 26.
    Home in Exile – Ramsay of Arniston Mains – SFH074
    7:00
  19. 27.
    Covenant or Career? The Choices and Principles of Sir James Dundas of Arniston – SFH073
    15:07
  20. 28.
    What David Dickson’s Forgotten Sermons Can Still Teach Us – SFH072
    5:37
  21. 29.
    “Scotland broke loose with conventicles of all sorts”: The “Blynk” of 1674 – Woolmet – SFH71
    7:07
  22. 30.
    Hearts Intertwined in Faith and Suffering: John Fraser and Jean Moffat – Glencorse Old Kirk – SFH70
    8:01
  23. 31.
    The Most Delightful Place on Earth? – Glencorse Old Kirk and John Fraser and Jean Moffat’s Journey There – SFH69
    7:23
  24. 32.
    The Eventful Life of William Traill of Borthwick, Donegal and Maryland – SFH068
    7:53
  25. 33.
    Patrick Anderson’s Illegal City Meetings – Potterrow, Edinburgh – SFH067
    6:33
  26. 34.
    Rutherford’s Powerful Case Against Slavery – SFH066
    6:53
  27. 35.
    What James Guthrie Still Says to Us – SFH065
    7:24
  28. 36.
    Readings in Rutherford: Part 3
    3:15
  29. 37.
    Readings in Rutherford: Part 2
    4:30
  30. 38.
    Readings in Rutherford: Part 1
    2:59
  31. 39.
    Banished to Carolina – Andrew Buchanan of Kippen – SFH064
    6:17
  32. 40.
    Royal statues, Slavery and Persecution – John Mathieson, Closeburn – SFH063
    7:49
  33. 41.
    George Brysson’s Jeopardy – Rosewell, Midlothian – SFH062
    6:17
  34. 42.
    Trembling for the Gospel More than Prison – Edmund Calamy – SFH061
    9:56
  35. 43.
    Wise Words in a Time of Trouble – Archibald Skeldie, Edinburgh – SFH060
    6:32
  36. 44.
    The Tragedy of James Tinto – Temple, Midlothian – SFH059
    6:29
  37. 45.
    “One of the best and ablest men in Britain” – Interview about James Durham – SFH058
    15:20
  38. 46.
    Forgotten Riches from Rutherford’s ‘Christ Dying’ – Interview with Rob McCurley – SFH057
    26:23
  39. 47.
    A Hidden Hotbed of Covenanter Activity – Carrington, Midlothian – SFH056
    8:57
  40. 48.
    How the Plague Transformed a Community – Ayr – SFH055
    7:47
  41. 49.
    John Nisbet – An Interview with Rev. Robert McCurley – SFH054
    27:59
  42. 50.
    The Blind Minister and the Plague – Edinburgh – SFH053
    5:46

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