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MEMOIRS OF JAMES BEGG D D MINISTER OF NEWINGTON FREE CHURCH EDINBURGH

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Memoirs of James Begg D D Minister of Newington Free Church Edinburgh

Author : Thomas Smith
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Memoirs of James Begg

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Memoirs of James Begg D D Minister of Newington Free Church Edinburgh Including Autobiographical Chapters by Dr Begg

Author : Thomas SMITH (D.D., Free-Church Minister of Cowgate-Head.)
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Memoirs of James Begg D D

Author : Thomas Smith (Professor of Evangelistic Theology at New College, Edinburgh.)
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Memoirs of James Begg D D

Author : Thomas Smith (of Edinburgh.)
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Memoirs of James Begg

Author : James Begg
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Memoirs of James Begg

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Land Faith and the Crofting Community

Author : Allan W. MacColl
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This book probes the deep-rooted links between the land, the people and the religious culture of the Scottish Highlands and Islands in the nineteenth century. The responses of the clergy to the social crisis which enveloped the region have often been characterised as a mixture of callous indifference, cowering deference or fatalistic passivity. Allan MacColl's pioneering research challenges such stereotypical representations of Highland ministers head-on. Land, Faith and the Crofting Community is the first full-scale examination of Christian social teaching in the nineteenth-century Gaidhealtachd and addresses a major gap in the historical understanding of Gaelic society. Seeking to lay bare the existing myths by a wide-ranging analysis of all the denominational, theological and social factors at play, this study boldly overturns the received scholarly and popular interpretations. A ground-breaking work, it explores a substantial but under-utilised field of evidence and questions whether or not Highland Christians "e; both clergy and laity "e; were committed to land reform as an engine of social improvement and conciliation. The Christian contribution to the development of a distinctively Highland identity "e; which found expression during the Crofters' War of the 1880s "e; is delineated, while wider links between theology and social philosophy are examined from beyond the perspective of the Highlands.

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